A woman who was knocked down alongside her son's girlfriend has been described as a "loving mother".
Jane MacDonald, 37, and Abby Hucknall, 18, from Kirkcaldy, Fife, were on the B981 Dunnikier Way road close to the town's Asda superstore when they were knocked down and killed on Tuesday night.
Tributes have been paid to Mrs MacDonald. A family statement released through Fife Constabulary said: "Jane was a loving mother whose heart was with her children. Jane will be a sadly-missed daughter, mother, sister, auntie and mother-in-law."
Mrs MacDonald's son reportedly turned up at the scene of the accident.
An off-duty nurse tried to help after the women were hit by a black Land Rover at about 6.30pm.
Sam Clark told STV News: "I just got out of my car, phoned the ambulance service, tried to help the lady with CPR and tried to help the son who was there as well, as he was really upset. It was his mum and his girlfriend, so when he arrived he was extremely upset. I was just trying to calm him down."
Miss Hucknall's family released a statement on Wednesday that said they were "devastated" by the loss.
"She was a very bubbly, caring and beautiful girl, a much-loved daughter, sister and granddaughter who will be sorely missed by all who knew her."
Police said the road was closed overnight while the vehicle was recovered and a crash investigation carried out. It has since reopened. The driver of the Land Rover was not injured in the crash.
Officers want to speak to anyone who may have seen the vehicle or the two women in the moments before the crash.