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Christopher Stuchbury, the third man who was killed in a devastating train derailment in Scotland has been named.
STONEHAVEN INCIDENT – UPDATE
The three people who died at the derailment incident have been formally identified and can be named as Brett McCullough (45) – Driver; Donald Dinnie (58) – Conductor; Christopher Stuchbury (62) – Passenger. More at: https://t.co/vrZwnjGW9M pic.twitter.com/wWoPzWd2Hc
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Christopher Stuchbury Age
Christopher Stuchbury, 62, was killed when the train he was a passenger on derailed near Stonehaven yesterday.
Brett McCullough and train driver Donald Dinnie also died
45-year-old train driver Brett McCullough and train driver Donald Dinnie also died in the crash.
Honors were received for Mr. Stuchbury after his death.
One of them said, “Sorry, such sad news. Thoughts for you and your family. Send a big hug.”
Another wrote: “I heard the tragic news this morning. I am so sad for you and your family. I cannot understand how you are going to feel, but I send my love to you.”
While another added: “Remember those happy times, sometimes it gets you through the bad times.”
Mr McCull0ugh’s wife says
Mr McCullough’s wife says his death left a “big void”.
Stephanie, Mr McCullough’s wife, said: “Words cannot describe the extremely devastating effects Brett’s death had on his family and friends.”
“We have lost a wonderful husband, father and son under the most dire circumstances.
“Brett was the most decent and loving person we have ever known, and his death leaves a great void in our entire lives.
“We would like to thank the emergency services for their valiant efforts to help all those affected and for all the messages of support and condolences we have received.”
Mr. McCullough lived with his family in a house in Drumlithie, south of Stonehaven and very close to where the nightmare took place.
Destroyed family and friends also paid tribute to Mr. Dinnie.
A family member wrote: “So sad that one of our parents, Donald Dinnie, fell victim to the Aberdeen train wreck. Why are they always the good guys?”
THE INVESTIGATION BEGINS
Officials vowed to investigate why the train derailed near Stonehaven, killing three people and injuring six others.
A major emergency was reported after the ScotRail train derailed from Aberdeen to Glasgow near Stonehaven around 9.45am yesterday. It is assumed that there were 12 people on board – six passengers and six employees.
Alex Hynes, Managing Director of ScotRail, said on the BBC’s Good Morning Scotland radio show: “Yesterday was a devastating day for all who work in the Scottish rail industry.
“Our love and support goes to the victims of this accident and their families, to those injured in the crash and to all who were affected by the terrible tragedy of yesterday.”
The Queen, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon paid tribute to those killed in the “tragic” incident.
In another message of condolence to Lieutenant of Kincardineshire, the Queen said: “It is with great sadness that I heard about the derailment today in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire.”