Kathryn, the driver of the vehicle, died four days after being airlifted to a hospital in critical condition; meanwhile, Jared and Mary were pronounced dead at the scene. Officials added the 59-year-old truck driver was uninjured during the crash.
Sgt. Alasdair Mackay of Police Scotland expressed his condolences in a statement to PEOPLE after announcing the news.
"Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of those who have died at what is a very difficult time for all," he said.
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A GoFundMe page has since been established to support the family financially. On the fundraising site, Jared was described as "a devoted father who loved his boys" and "a true friend to many."
"Jared had a lot more life to live and was taken from us far too soon," the statement added. "While all who loved him will feel this significant and profound loss, we hope that this will help ease some of the financial burdens so that his boys and their mother can focus on grieving and healing during this challenging time."
A soldier from Massachusetts who went missing during the Korean War and was later reported to have died in a prisoner of war camp has been accounted for using modern scientific techniques, military officials said. Joseph J. Puopolo, 19, of East Boston, was accounted for in August, according to a statement Friday from the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency. It was the news his family — including his now 99-year-old sister Elizabeth Fiorentini — has been awaiting for decades, Fiorentini’s grandson and Puopolo’s grandnephew, Richard Graham, said in a telephone interview Saturday.