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Family 'devastated' by Diageo truck accident death

Jason Daisley
Image caption Mr Daisley is survived by his wife and two young children

The widow of a father-of-two who died in an accident at drinks firm Diageo's new bottling plant in Fife has spoken of her "devastation".

Jason Daisley, 37, from Grangemouth, died when a dumper truck overturned at the site in Leven on Thursday.

Tracy Daisley said she and their daughters, one-year-old Teigan and two-year-old Hayden, had lost "a wonderful, loving husband and father".

The drinks firm said its thoughts were with Mr Daisley's family.

A report has been sent to the procurator fiscal.

In a statement, Mrs Daisley said: "I cannot put into words how we feel about Jason not being able to see our children grow up.

"Anybody who knew Jason will realise what a loss he is to us all."

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