A mum who died in a horror crash in Barnsley spoke of her love for her young daughter on Facebook the day before she died.
Lorna Humble, aged 29, who died in a collision on Industry Road, Carlton, yesterday afternoon, spoke of looking forward to life in a post on Facebook the day before tragedy struck.
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In the post she said that after a few days of feeling upset, she was beginning to look forward and spoke of the positives in her life - including her 'perfect daughter'.
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Lorna wrote: "It’s time I lifted myself up and look forward now, only things can get better. I have my car, I can drive, lovely home, two perfect dogs and most of all my perfect daughter."
Lorna was in a Citroen C1 which was involved in a collision with a concrete mixer lorry and a Vauxhall Vectra.
A 27-year-old woman travelling in the same car as Lorna was left fighting for life after the crash.
The other motorists involved in the collision escaped unharmed.
An investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident is underway.
Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 and quote Incident 422 of April 9.