THE FAMILY OF A WOMAN WHO DIED IN A HORROR CAR CRASH HAS TRIBUTED HER TO A “KINDHEARTED ANGEL.”
Alisha Saeed, 23, was killed on the M40 near Beaconsfield on Monday when her VW Golf collided with a Ford Transit.
Three persons were detained earlier this week in Carshalton, Surrey, on suspicion of causing death by hazardous driving: a 35-year-old male, a 32-year-old man, and a 20-year-old woman.
Her family expressed their grief today.
In a tribute, they wrote: “It is with a heavy heart that we announce the loss of our beloved daughter and sister, Alisha Saeed.
“Alisha was more than just a daughter and sister; she was a kind-hearted angel who brought joy and happiness to everyone she met. Her infectious smile and warm personality lit up every room she entered, and her absence will be deeply felt by all who knew her.
“The loss of Alisha is immeasurable. She was taken from us far too soon, but her memory will live on forever in our hearts.
“We are not sure what our lives hold beyond today, and it is impossible to imagine life without Alisha.
“We will always cherish the moments we shared with Alisha and the impact she had on our lives.
“She will be dearly missed, but her spirit will continue to shine brightly, reminding us to live each day with kindness, love, and compassion. Rest in peace, dear Alisha, and know that you will never be forgotten.”
“I am appealing to anyone who witnessed this collision, or who may have dash-cam footage of the collision, or the moments leading up to it, to please get in touch with Thames Valley Police,” said Sergeant Ed Crofts of the Serious incident Investigation Unit earlier this week.
Anyone with information is encouraged to report it online or by dialing 101.