'Absolutely devastating': Tributes paid to Sheffield woman killed in crash while waiting for help to change flat tyre

Tributes have been paid to a Sheffield woman killed in a crash while waiting for roadside assistance to repair a flat tyre.

Tuesday, 28th September 2021, 9:08 am

The 43-year-old woman was a passenger in a car which was parked up on the side of the A61 in Louth, Lincolnshire, because of a flat tyre, when tragedy struck.

A silver Mitsubishi L200 is believed to have ploughed into the grey Skoda Octavia – killing the passenger and injuring the driver.

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A police investigation is continuing today into the death of a woman from Sheffield in a collision in Louth, Lincolnshire

A family member said the woman who died, Anita, was a passenger in a car which her brother-in-law had been driving and they had been waiting for roadside assistance for a flat tyre.

Posting on Facebook, a relative said: “It is such a sad loss for Anita, it always happens to the best. I just still can’t believe it.”

Another relative posted: “Rest in peace Anita, you will be dearly missed by all of our family. Absolutely devastating.”

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