Thousands of pounds have been raised for the family of Ross Dominick who passed away after his motorbike was involved in a collision at the weekend.

Family and friends of Ross, who lived in the Johnstone Castle area of Johnstone, have been left in shock at the sudden passing of the 35-year-old father-of-three.

A GoFundMe page was set up by his sister Dana to raise £500 to bring his body back from the Highlands to Johnstone.

However, as we publish this article, 169 donations have been made and the amount raised sits at £4.660.

Dana wrote: “On 23rd July 2023, my brother Ross sadly passed away due to a motorbike crash. Ross was a funny, charming and friendly guy who had a heart of gold and a soul that would light up a room.”

“Dad to 3 beautiful boys, partner to Amy, son to Irene & Ian, and best big brother to me. He has left a huge void in all of our lives .

“With extra costs of having to have his body moved from where he is at the moment, to be back in Johnstone with our family, so that we can say our goodbyes. I’ve made this page in the hope it can take some of the pressure off my family at this difficult time and give them one less thing to think about.”

Ross’s BMW motorbike collided with a Mazda CX5 car on the A82 at Buachaille Etive Beag car park, near Glencoe at around 12pm on Sunday.

The driver of the Mazda was arrested and was released to appear at Inverness Sheriff Court today.

Donations to the fundraiser, created by Dana, can be made here:

By Ricky Kelly

Main writer for Renfrewshire News

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