TRIBUTES have been paid to two lorry drivers who died after a head-on collision.
Farquhar Kennedy and Rimas Kuskys died after their vehicles crashed into each other on the A90 near Balmedie.
Mr Kennedy, 54, was driving a Warburtons vehicle, while Mr Kuskys, 43, was in an ASCO lorry.
The incident happened at around 1.20pm on Monday.
Craig Lennox, ASCO’s CEO Europe, said: “We were all shocked and saddened to hear about the tragic death of our colleague.
“He was a valued employee and will be greatly missed.
“Colleagues from across our organisation and the wider business community have been sending their condolences and all our thoughts are with his family.
“Our priority is to provide them with all the support we can and to respect their privacy at this difficult time.”
He added: “We send our condolences to the family of the other driver who also lost his life.”
A spokeswoman for Warburtons also gave their condolences to Mr Kennedy’s family.
She said: “At this very sad time our thoughts remain with the families of those who lost their lives.
“We continue to support the police with their investigation in any way we can.”