Family pay tribute to 'loving, caring mother' who died in Hemel Hempstead collision
Police are appealing for witnesses to yesterday's fatal collision
The family of a woman who died in a collision in Hemel Hempstead have paid tribute to the 26-year-old.
The collision happened on St Albans Road, just before 5pm yesterday (Tuesday), and involved a white Fiat 500, a silver BMW and a white Toyota.
Grace Estep, from Kings Langley, the Fiat passenger, suffered serious injuries which sadly proved to be fatal.
Her family have paid the following tribute to her: “Grace was the most loving, caring mother to our two beautiful grandbabies, Alfie and Ruby, and was also the most wonderful daughter, who we truly cherished.
“The light in our universe has been extinguished. May you rest your beautiful soul in peace, love mummy and your King ×××”
Police are investigating the fatal collision and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
Sergeant Tom Daly, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit, said: “Our thoughts remain with Grace’s family and friends at this extremely sad and difficult time.
“We are continuing to conduct extensive enquiries to determine the circumstances surrounding the collision and are keen to hear from anyone who witnessed what happened and has not yet spoken with police.
“Equally, if you have a working dash cam fitted to your vehicle and you were travelling along St Albans Road at the time of the incident, we would like to hear from you.
“If you live in the vicinity of the collision and have either CCTV or a doorbell camera fitted to your property, please get in touch as you may have captured something of interest.”
Sgt Daly added: “I would ask that people with footage of the incident contact police and refrain from posting videos and photos on social media. This can only add to the distress of everyone those involved.”