Tributes to man who died after crash

Stuart Campbell. Picture: Comp
Stuart Campbell. Picture: Comp
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The family of a Livingston man who died in a crash near Bo’ness have told of their heartbreak.

Stuart Campbell, 48, was killed after his Skoda collided with an HGV lorry on the A904 through Bridgeness on Tuesday morning.

Mr Campbell, a labourer at Auto Parts scrapyard in Bo’ness, was described by his family as a popular man who would be sadly missed.

His partner Karen Kell said she had lost “the love of her life”.

She said of Mr Campbell: “He was my security blanket, my rock, the guy that kept me safe and warm. We had many more years together but I’ve been robbed of the years. I am lost, hurt and empty.”

Mr Campbell, pictured, was an avid Celtic fan, who was a member of the Livingston Celtic supporters team. His brother Steven Campbell posted on Facebook that he was devastated to have lost his “big brother”, while sister Sharon Campbell said he was “taken so soon and so young”.

In a statement released through Police Scotland, his family said: “Stuart Douglas Campbell was a loving father, son, partner, brother, uncle, grandad, brother in law. He was a friend to many and loved by all. Stuart will be sorely missed.”

Meanwhile, a man remains in critical condition after a head-on collision between a bus and a car which injured 13 people.

Police are investigating the crash between a single-decker First bus and a Vauxhall Zafira on the B9080 between Kirkliston and Winchburgh.