Driver who died in two-car smash named by police
Iain McKenzie, also known as Jock, died in the collision at Orton in Moray.
A driver who died in a two-car crash has been named.
Iain McKenzie, also known as Jock, died in the collision on the B9015 Rothes to Mosstodloch road at Orton in Moray.
The 24-year-old was driving a Subaru Forester when it collided with a Volkswagen Golf shortly before 4.50pm on Friday.
A man, 27, who was a passenger in Mr McKenzie's car, is in a serious condition in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
A 45-year-old man, who was a passenger in the Volkswagen, suffered minor injuries and has now been released from hospital.
One car hit a tree while the other smashed into an electricity pole, causing power cables to fall onto a railway track.
Sergeant Scott Deans said: "Our thoughts at this difficult time remain with those involved.
"Our investigations continue and in order to help piece together exactly what happened, I would urge anyone who may have seen either vehicle, or a dark coloured Volkswagen Golf, prior to the collision, or who saw the incident itself and who hasn't yet come forward, to contact police on 101."