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The devastated family of a young Scots woman who died following a tragic farming accident have described her as being "so full of life" and "full of fun".
Police Scotland confirmed the woman as 21-year-old Caroline Rennie of Turriff in Aberdeenshire, the Daily Record reports.
She was pronounced dead following an incident on a farm just off the A947 road from Aberdeen to Banff on Saturday afternoon (April 3).
Caroline's heartbroken family said she was a "great friend" who would be "much missed" by everyone who knew her.
In a statement, they said: “We are devastated by the loss of Caroline who was so full of life, full of fun and much loved.
"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 said: "So sad to hear, thoughts with family and friends at this time."
Karen Chalmers said: "It was a horrific and tragic accident."
The incident happened in a field where farm machinery was being used around 3.45 pm yesterday.
Exact details of her death have not been released as enquiries to establish the full circumstances of the incident are currently ongoing.
Police are working in consultation with the Health & Safety Executive on the matter.
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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