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Fife crash victim's family speak of their devastation

Lorna Grant
Image caption Lorna Grant died in the A92 crash near Cupar

Dundee teacher Lorna Grant has been named by Fife police as the woman who died in a two-car crash on the A92.

The 34-year-old's family said she was "an amazing, talented girl".

She died at the scene of the accident, between the Five Roads roundabout and Forgan roundabout, near Cupar, on Sunday at about 1300 BST.

A woman driver and five children, travelling in the other car, were injured with two of the children in a serious condition in hospital.

In a statement issued by Fife Constabulary, Ms Grant's family said: "Lorna was an amazing girl, talented in so many ways.

"She loved the outdoors, walking, climbing and travelling.

"She was fluent in Spanish having worked as a designer for SEAT (Barcelona) for five years.

"On returning to Scotland she changed career and became an inspirational and enthusiastic teacher.

"She was a perfectionist in everything she did, but at the same time always caring and supportive. We are all devastated by this sudden loss."

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