RUNAWAY DIGGER KILLED MY FIANCEE; Gary Tells of Horror Find of His 'Loving' Christine

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RUNAWAY DIGGER KILLED MY FIANCEE; Gary Tells of Horror Find of His 'Loving' Christine


Byline: By Alistair Munro

A GRIEVING fiance last night spoke of the moment he came across the freak accident that killed his bride-to-be.

Christina Fraser, 24, was crushed in a car by a 35-ton digger on her way home from work. Her friend Julia Mackay, 45 - who was driving - was trapped next to her body in the wreckage for two hours.

Julia was said to be comfortable in hospital last night.

Gary Ross, 23, had been engaged to Christina for three years. They had planned to marry next May and have children.

Christina had intended to give up her beautician's job in Inverness because she hated the 35-mile commute from their home in Arabella, by Tain, Sutherland.

Gary, a contract manager for Metalwork UK, said: "She didn't like the travelling.

"It is a fair commute and her leaving to find a job nearer to home was something we have talked about for a while.

"Being a beautician was in her blood. She kept herself so beautiful all the time."

The smash happened at around 6pm on Wednesday.

Gary said: "I was going to pick her up from the roundabout. She usually arrives at 6.20pm but didn't turn up.

"I couldn't get an answer on her phone. I had football in Invergordon so decided to head there and give her a flash on the way to say I wouldn't be able to pick her up. …

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