Aimee Williams and an 83-year old Worthing man were killed in a major crash at Cowford, west Sussex on Monday morning.
The family of a 30 year-old woman who was killed in an accident with a vehicle says that her death has left them a bittersweet. “gaping hole”They are a part of their daily lives.
Aimee Williams, 83, and a Worthing man, were killed in a major crash at Cowford, West Sussex on Monday morning.
Her reputation has been described by some as “a wonderful woman.” “beautiful, happy, kind daughter”Who was an “infectious smile and positive lust for life”.
The horrifying crash involved a silver Ford Fiesta sedan, a white Ford Fiesta sedan, and a Skania tipper pickup truck. Kent Live reports.
Officers confirmed that two more women from Kent, both 23 years old, were also admitted to hospital with serious injuries.
The A272 was closed during emergency response.
A statement released by Aimee’s family said she was a “beautiful, happy and kind daughter, granddaughter, niece, sister and more recently devoted aunty”.
“She had countless friends and work colleagues and touched the lives of many with her infectious smile and positive lust for life.
“Her tragic death has left a gaping hole in all our lives.
“We are grateful to all the first responders who attended the scene and tried to save her life.”
“To lose your daughter in these circumstances is every parent’s worst nightmare and our grief is unimaginable and unbearable,” it read.
“We would be grateful if people would respect our privacy at this difficult time.”
Aimee worked in the Ultrasound Department at Maidstone Hospital, having previously worked for Norwegian Airways.
Sussex Police is appealing to witnesses for information that can help their enquiries into the incident.
Detective Sergeant Rob Baldwin, of the Surrey & Sussex Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “We are particularly interested in speaking with anyone who is travelling on the A272 from Cowfold village to Littleworth Lane to West on Monday morning, between 11.15am to 11.30am.
“We’d also like to speak with any resident or business who has CCTV footage showing the road between those locations.” Anyone with information is asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 101 and quoting Operation Banwell.