The man killed in yesterdays collision on the B9005 has been named by Police Scotland.
Police Scotland confirmed that the pedestrian who died was 56-year-old William Black, from Turriff. He was known to all as Billy.
Mr Black was an Aberdeenshire Council employee working on the B9005 repairing the road after the recent flooding.
Aberdeenshire Council’s head of roads and landscape services, Philip McKay, said
The news of Billy’s death has come as a great shock to all of us. Billy will be sadly missed by his co-workers.
Mr Black was killed at around 1:50pm on Tuesday 26 January in a collision involving a blue and white DAF tipper lorry
Inspector Jon Barron, of the Divisional Road Policing Unit, said
This was a harrowing incident for all those involved and one that has very sadly resulted in the tragic loss of life. First and foremost, our thoughts at this particularly traumatic time are with Billy’s family, friends and work colleagues.
The Health & Safety Executive are investigating the incident.