A heartbroken brother has posted a touching video of his now dead sister, in happier times.
Martin Bell, brother of M9 crash victim Lamara Bell has shared a clip of his tragic sister singing karaoke.
Mr Bell, from Falkirk, posted the video on Facebook a day after his sister lost her fight for life.
He wrote: “You can’t replace this love … I’m gutted …she was something else #teambell”
An urgent review of all police call handling in Scotland is set to take place following the death of Lamara, who was discovered after three days, critically ill in a crashed car on the M9, next to her dead partner John Yuill, 28.
Although they were not found until Wednesday (July 8), Police Scotland admitted the crash had been reported to them on Sunday (July 5).
The review by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland (HMICS) was ordered by the Scottish government.
It will focus on call handling procedures and will be in addition to the ongoing independent inquiry into the M9 incident by the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (Pirc).
Police Scotland’s chief constable Sir Stephen House has admitted that the information received about the crash on Sunday had not been entered into police systems.
Ms Bell had to be kept in a medically-induced coma at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow after she suffered kidney damage from dehydration after lying in the wreckage for so long. She died at about 06:50 on Sunday morning. (July 12)
Justice Secretary Michael Matheson expressed his condolences to the families on behalf of the Scottish government and said it was “essential” that answers were found quickly following an “extremely tragic case”.