Amy-rose Wilson Wiki – Amy-rose Wilson Biography
Amy-rose Wilson, 27, and her boyfriend, Ryan Paterson, 22, are alleged to have been involved in an altercation moments before the fatal blow Saturday night. The couple fled from Foundry Street in Falkirk in a silver Vauxhall Vectra, which was pursued by a black Mercedes C-Class for around half a mile, before crashing into trees and bushes on the B902 New Carron Road at around 6:10pm. Police Scotland are treating Amy’s death as suspicious and launched a murder investigation yesterday appealing to anyone with information to get in touch. A 39-year-old man driving a black Volkswagen Tiguan suffered minor injuries. Amy-rose’s boyfriend and XL Bully dog breeder, Paterson, suffered minor injuries as a result of the incident.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, her friend said: “Amy got a text saying ‘she needs to come over ASAP’, and then she called me. “I could hear a lot of yelling in the background and Ryan telling her to ‘get in the fucking car and drive’. “I asked her what was going on and she told me they had to come here to get away from people with bats and sticks and she said she would explain when I got there. “They were on their way to my house when the accident happened. Amy was still on the phone with me when she was coming out of the street and she sounded really scared, she was crying and upset about what was happening. Ryan was telling her not to look back and to drive as fast as she could. My house isn’t far from Foundry Street, so I told her to hang up and I’d see her when she got there. “I tried to call her again about 15 minutes later because they still hadn’t arrived, so I was obviously very scared that she wouldn’t answer. It wasn’t long after that I read a Facebook post saying there had been an accident on New Carron Road.
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Amy-rose Wilson was 27 years old.
Killed on Scots road as cops launch murder probe
‘My heart was in my mouth, I knew right away it was Amy and Ryan. I got in my car and drove to New Carron Road, but the police covered everything up, so I couldn’t see which cars were involved. Getting emotional, Amy’s friend said she was having a hard time accepting what had happened, describing her as one in a million. She added: ‘I can’t believe it. How can you talk to someone on the phone one second and the next they’re dead? I will never see her again. ‘Amy helped me a lot, she would have done anything for anyone. I know people say this all the time, but she really was one in a million. My heart is really broken into a thousand pieces. Detectives want to hear from anyone who was in the New Carron Road and Foundry Street areas around 6 p.m. m. on Saturday night. They are also asking anyone with CCTV or dash cam footage of any of the incidents to come forward as they say it is “imperative” to find the occupants of the black Mercedes C-Class. Detective Inspector Hazel Reid said: “Our thoughts are with the woman’s family and friends at this very difficult time.”
“We have a dedicated team of officers working on this investigation and extensive investigations are ongoing at this time. It is imperative that we locate the occupants of the black Mercedes who fled the scene. “We believe this vehicle pursued the Vauxhall in a dangerous manner, resulting in a collision with the Volkswagen Tiguan. Officers are collecting CCTV footage of the surrounding area and door-to-door investigations are also underway. I am looking forward to speaking to anyone with a private CCTV, dash cam or any other recording that they think might help the investigation. ‘We will have a continuous police presence in the area and anyone with a concern can approach these officers. “It is vital that we find out more about what happened as soon as we can and I urge anyone with information to contact us as soon as possible, no matter how insignificant it may seem.” Officers can also be contacted by calling 101 and quoting reference 2938 for Saturday 29 July 2023. Alternatively, Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.’