A 25-year-old Fife man who suffered serious injuries in a crash on Sunday has died.
Police have confirmed Roy Paul from Burntisland died in Forth Valley Royal Hospital on Tuesday, two days after the accident on the main diversionary route between Fife and Edinburgh.
The incident on the A985 between Kincardine and Cairneyhill at around 7am left the road closed for several hours.
A 56-year-old man was treated for injuries at the scene.
Mr Paul, a former Adam Smith College student, was a coach driver with Edinburgh firm AAA Coaches.
He had previously worked with Rennies of Dunfermline and Highland Heritage Coach Tours.Employer pays tribute to ‘happy-go-lucky’ driverHis devastated family have issued a statement paying tribute to him.
“Roy was a loving son, brother and uncle who will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him,” they said.
Police are still appealing for witnesses to the crash between a Vauxhall Astra and a Peugeot Boxer van, which happened during the Forth Road Bridge closure and saw traffic diverted via the A977.
Temporary Police Sergeant James Henry of Fife Road Policing said: “Our thoughts and condolences go to Roy’s family at this difficult time.
“We would like to ask anyone who may have witnessed this collision, or who has information that can assist us with our inquiries to get in touch.”
Anyone who can help police should contact them on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.