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The family of a woman who died following a collision on the A272 near Cowfold have expressed their tribute to her.
Aimee Williams, 30, from Aylesford, Kent, was involved in the collision involving three vehicles just before 11.30am on Monday, March 28.
In a statement, her family said: “Aimee was a beautiful, happy, kind daughter, granddaughter, niece, sister and more recently devoted aunty.
“She had many friends and work colleagues and touched the lives of many with her infectious smile and positive lust for life.
“We are grateful to all the first responders who attended the scene and tried to save her life.
“To lose your daughter is these circumstances is every parent’s worst nightmare and our grief is unimaginable and unbearable.
“We would be grateful if people appreciate our privacy at this difficult time.”
Police are investigating the collision, and appealed for witnesses or anyone with footage of the incident to come forward by emailing: [email protected] and quote Operation Banwell.
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