Man who died after A90 crash named as James Thomson

A man who died following a two-car crash on the A90 near Fraserburgh has been named by police.

James Thomson, 73, was among five people who were taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after the crash south of Rathen on Thursday. He later died.

A two-year-old boy was airlifted to hospital after the collision between a Volkswagen Passat and a Peugeot 308, which happened at about 12:45

Police have appealed for witnesses to the crash to come forward.

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