Tributes to Kirkcaldy car crash victim Jane MacDonald

Jane MacDonald Jane MacDonald was killed by a Land Rover on Tuesday evening

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The family of a mother who was killed by a car as she crossed the road in Fife has paid tribute to her and said she would be "sadly missed".

Jane MacDonald, 37, and Abby Hucknall, 18, both from Kirkcaldy, were hit by a Land Rover in the town's Dunnikier Way at 18:30 on Tuesday.

The male driver of the Land Rover was uninjured.

Ms MacDonald's family said in a statement: "Jane was a loving mother whose heart was with her children."

The statement added: "Jane will be a sadly missed daughter, mother, sister, auntie and mother-in-law."

Ms Hucknall's family on Wednesday they had been devastated by the "tragic loss" of their "very bubbly, caring and beautiful girl".

Anyone who witnessed the incident has been asked to contact Fife Constabulary.

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