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Heartbroken family pay tribute to "fun-loving boy" who died in A9 crash

By Jonathan Clark

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A HEARTBROKEN family have paid tribute to their "fun-loving boy" who died in a crash on the A9.

Tributes have been paid to Regan Johnstone (18) after his untimely death.
Tributes have been paid to Regan Johnstone (18) after his untimely death.

Regan Johnstone (18), from Elgin, was pronounced dead at the scene after a collision between his car and a lorry on the road on Friday, May 26.

Through funeral director W.G. Catto, his family described Regan as a "quiet and caring" boy. He had recently turned 18.

"It is with the heaviest of hearts we have to announce the heartbreaking passing of our Wee Reegy Bear (Regan Johnstone)," the family's statement reads.

"A quiet, fun-loving, kind, caring boy. The most amazing son, brother, grandson, nephew and friend to so many.

"Having just turned 18, our hearts ache for the life he should have gone on to have."

Regan's funeral will take place on Thursday, June 20, at W.G. Catto Funeral Home in Elgin.

The family have invited all those "who knew and loved" Regan to attend the funeral, which begins at 11am.

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