A heartbroken husband who found the body of his wife in her car after it overturned and left a busy dual carriageway has paid tribute to a ‘fantastic and dedicated mum’.
The body of 28-year-old Sinead Hare – who worked at textile and home electrical firm MPL Ltd in Maxted Road, Hemel Hempstead – was found just off the Potters Crouch Lane junction of the A414 in the early hours of Monday, October 5 by her husband Nathan Symes, who went looking for her after she failed to return home.
She leaves behind her three-year-old daughter, Orla Rose.
Nathan, 29, of St Albans, said: “Sinead was a gorgeous, caring, and trustworthy person, whilst also being a truly independent woman who just enjoyed having fun, and whose smile and laughter was infectious with anyone she came across.
“There is now a massive hole in our family due to Sinead leaving us that will never be filled.
“Sinead will always be a part of me and she has made me a better person just for knowing her.
“Sinead was the most fantastic and dedicated mum to our beautiful daughter Orla Rose, for whom I am eternally grateful for and I vow that Orla Rose will grow up knowing her mummy.
“However, neither I, nor Orla Rose, will ever forget her.
”We will continue to love her forever and always.”
Herts Police are trying to establish why Sinead’s black Renault Clio left the road and are appealing for witnesses.
If you have information which may help the police investigation, call the Collision Investigation Unit on 101.