First image of ‘beautiful lassie’ killed on Scots highway as cops launch homicide probe

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A lady who was killed in a crash in Falkirk on Saturday night has been named domestically after police launched a homicide probe.

Amy-rose Wilson, 27, was discovered useless after officers have been referred to as to a two-vehicle crash on the B902 New Carron Street at round 6.10pm. Amy-rose, who was driving a silver Vauxhall Vectra, suffered deadly accidents and was pronounced useless on the scene.

Her dying is being handled as suspicious and enquiries are at present ongoing, with detectives attempting to find the occupants of a black Mercedes C-Class, containing plenty of individuals, which fled the scene. Shortly earlier than the crash, the occupants of the Vauxhall and the Mercedes have been concerned in an altercation at an tackle in Foundry Avenue, Falkirk.

This subsequently led to the Mercedes ‘dangerously’ pursuing the Vauxhall on New Carron Street – inflicting it to crash with the Volkswagen Tiguan. It is believed Amy-rose was initially from Newcastle however was residing in Falkirk. Tributes have since flooded in on social media from heartbroken family members, who’ve described her as a ‘beautiful lassie’.

Vicky Dumighan mentioned: “Oh Amy-rose Wilson my coronary heart completely breaks for you and your loved ones, such tragic information! I used to be solely talking to you final week. Sleep tight sweetie xxx.”

Lucy Burns mentioned: “Not the information you need to hear – one among your lengthy instances associates gone so tragically. Amy-rose Wilson I’m sorry I’ve not been there for some time, you may be strongly missed however everyone knows you are not alone, you are with tiny now.”

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Lyn McCann mentioned: “Relaxation simple Amy-rose. Onerous to imagine I solely spoke to you on Tuesday x”

Evelyn Milne mentioned: “We’ll miss you all the time angel.”

Helen Clark mentioned: “God bless. She was a beautiful lassie.”

Hay Ley mentioned: “She’s gonna be missed a lot, she was an absolute gem of a lady. By no means Forgotten.”

A 22-year-old male passenger of the Vauxhall Vectra was taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh for therapy. In the meantime a 39-year-old man, who was driving a black Volkswagen Tiguan, suffered minor accidents.

Officers from Police Scotland are urging anybody who was within the space across the time of those incidents and has info which can help their inquiry to get in contact. Anybody with CCTV, doorbell or dashcam footage can be urged to contact police.

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Detective Inspector Hazel Reid, of the Main Investigation Crew, mentioned: “Our ideas are with the household and associates of the lady at this very tough time. We have now a devoted workforce of officers engaged on this investigation and intensive enquiries are ongoing presently.

“It’s crucial we hint the occupants of the black Mercedes who fled the scene. We imagine this automobile has pursued the Vauxhall in a harmful style, leading to a crash with the Volkswagen Tiguan. Officers are gathering CCTV footage from the encircling space and door to door enquiries are additionally being carried out. I’m eager to talk to anybody with any non-public CCTV, dashcam or every other footage they assume would help the enquiry.

“We could have a continued police presence within the space and anybody with any considerations can method these officers. It’s critical that we discover out extra about what has occurred as quickly as we will and I’d urge anybody with info to contact us as quickly as potential, irrespective of how insignificant it may appear.”

Officers will also be contacted by calling 101 and quoting reference 2938 of Saturday, July 29, 2023. Alternatively, Crimestoppers will be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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