Family's tribute to 'much loved & full of fun' Caroline Rennie, 21, who died in 'horrific and tragic' farming accident
THE HEARTBROKEN family of a 'much loved' Scots woman who died in a horror farm accident have paid tribute after her tragic death.
Caroline Rennie, 21, passed away after an incident in a field beside the A947 near Turiff in Aberdeenshire at around 4pm yesterday.
Cops discovered the body of tragic Caroline when they arrived at the scene.
Officers have now launched a probe into the tragedy but it is understood the death is not being treated as suspicious.
A statement from Caroline's heartbroken family read: “We are devastated by the loss of Caroline who was so full of life, full of fun and much loved.
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"She was a great friend to everyone who knew her and will be much missed.”
Tributes also flooded in on social media, with William Stuart saying: "So so sad. My heart goes out to the girl and her family.
"It is difficult to comprehend what that family and co workers will be going through just now."
Michelle Gale said: "Tragic. Condolences to the family."
Rose Logan added: "So sad to hear, thoughts with family and friends at this time."
Exact details of her death have not been released but locals have claimed it came as a result of an agricultural accident.
Karen Chalmers said: "It was a horrific and tragic accident."
Detective Inspector John Lumsden said: “Our thoughts are very much with Caroline’s family at what is a very difficult time for all who knew her and officers are supporting her family.
“There are no suspicious circumstances and, as with all sudden deaths, a report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.”
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