Alexander Kennedy and Richard Dickie named as crash victims

Crash scene The crash took place between Freuchie and Ladybank in Fife

Two men who died in a crash on the A92 in Fife have been named by police.

Alexander Kennedy, 33, from Methil, was killed after the Ford Focus he was driving was in collision with a Hyundai i30. His passenger Richard Dickie, 69, from Kirkcaldy, also died.

The 43-year-old Hyundai driver, also from Fife, is in a serious condition at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.

The crash happened between the villages of Freuchie and Ladybank at about 05:50 on Wednesday.

Mr Dickie's family released a statement which said: "The whole family is deeply saddened by this tragedy. The loss of Richard will leave a huge hole in all of our lives."

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