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Who was Caroline Rennie (21-year-old farmer dies in horror accident)
A “passionate” and “dynamic” woman was honored who died in a tragic agricultural accident on the family farm.
Caroline Rennie reportedly ran into trouble on Saturday afternoon while working on farm machinery in a field near her hometown of Turriff, Aberdeenshire.
Ambulance services stormed the ground just off the A947 Aberdeen-Banff road after being warned of a serious “accident”, but she was immediately pronounced dead.
Photos from the scene showed a blue curtain behind what appeared to be a John Deere tractor.
Police cordoned off the camp, which housed several agricultural vehicles, and he was photographed guarding the area.
Miss Rennie, who hailed from one of Aberdeenshire’s famous farming families, was the second daughter of Andrew and Annette Rennie of Gask Farm near Turriff and the youngest of a tight-knit group of 12 cousins.
In a statement issued last night, family members said: “We are devastated by the loss of Caroline, who was so full of life, full of pleasure and so loved.
She “She was a great friend to all who knew her and we will sadly miss her.”
Her death devastated the agriculture and local communities in the area, which she described as a “passionate” and “dynamic” farmer and an “active, popular and valued” member of the Turriff Young Farmers’ Club.
Cause of Death
Last night Lorna Paterson, Northeast Regional Manager for the Scottish National Farmers Union, described Miss Rennie’s death as “a terribly tragic situation.”
She said: “[Ms. Rennie’s] passion for our industry was unmatched. She had a bright future ahead of her and was a truly enterprising and dynamic woman in the farming town.
“This terribly tragic situation is the cruelest of all and all the farmers are devastated.”
Banff and Buchan MP David Duguid said: This tragic incident has shocked the local community here in Turriff. My thoughts are with the family and friends of the young woman who have to get involved in a very difficult time. ”
The police were called shortly before 4 p.m. on Saturday and were immediately excluded from the field.
A section of the A947, which runs along the countryside about three miles south of Turriff, was closed to motorists for more than six hours before reopening yesterday morning.
An investigation into the young woman’s death was opened but would not be considered suspicious.
Detective Inspector John Lumsden said: “Our thoughts are very focused on Caroline’s family at a very difficult time for everyone who knew her and the officers are supporting her family.
“There are no suspicious circumstances and, as with any sudden death, a report is sent to the prosecutor.”
A few hours later it was closed again between the B9170 intersection and the city of Birkenhills so that the police could conduct further investigations. It is assumed that an investigation will also be carried out by the occupational safety officer.
CID Northeast Investigative Inspector John Lumsden said: “On Saturday, April 3, at 3:45 pm, officers were notified of an incident in a field near the A947 near Turriff involving a 21-year-old woman. Unfortunately, the woman was pronounced dead at the scene.
In 2010, Andrew Rennie received vellum testimony from the Royal Humane Society for his bravery after rescuing a woman trapped in her car after heavy rains that caused flooding in Turriff.
According to The Scotsman, he drove her tractor two miles across town to rescue Helen Catto from Fyvie after a local firefighter called him to save her.
He crossed a flooded street and two firefighters came in and helped the woman who was in the early stages of hypothermia.