Stunned friends of the couple – many of whom would have been preparing to celebrate their wedding with them – posted messages of support on social media yesterday.Sara Murray said: “My heart is breaking for you Lainey. “We are all sending you our love and support and it goes without saying we are always there for you xxxx.” And Andrea Mc Conville wrote: “So very, very sorry for your loss Elaine.“I can’t begin to imagine how you’re feeling right now.“My thoughts and prayers are with you and both yours and Davie’s family during this extremely difficult time. So sorry xxxxxx.” Emily Crichton said: “So sorry Elaine, it was a pleasure to have met Davie and have you as neighbours and friends. If you need anything, we’ll do anything we can for you all.A British Transport Police spokesman said: “BTP officers were called to the railway line near Bishopton Railway Station on Thursday August 18, 2016, after a report that a person had been struck by a train.“He’s my best friend, love of my life and soulmate. But Davie died at Bishopton Railway Station in Renfrewshire shortly after 4.30pm on Thursday.
“We are both so shocked to be hearing this and so sorry for your loss. The federation’s website says they are a non-profit organisation run for the benefit of natural athletes and they adhere to a very stringent drug testing regime.
Davie and Elaine had first met at the gym where Elaine worked in 2011.