Parents of killed teenager overwhelmed by “immense sadness”


GRAMPIAN Police has today released the following statement on behalf of the family of 18-year-old Zoe Dunn, who was tragically killed in an RTC on the South Deeside Road on Thursday.

“Zoe, precious, cherished daughter of Stephen and Debbie, supportive, loving sister to Daniel. An immense sadness is overwhelming the family at this time.

“Zoe had everything to live for and had planned and successfully been accepted to begin college in September to follow her dream to become a nurse. A hard working young girl, preparing her for her role as a nurse by working at Allachburn Care Home. She enjoyed her time working at the After School Club having fun helping the children out.

Zoe Dunn was tragically killed in an RTC

“Zoe had a love for life and shared her time with lots of friends and her long standing boyfriend Scott Inglis, who she loved dearly. Many happy hours they spent together.

“Zoe grew up with a love for animals, especially her dog, Maya and caring for the horses, Cassie and Pixie.

“The family would like to extend their thanks for all the comfort and support they have received.”

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