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Tributes to mother-of-three killed on A36
THE family of a mother-of-three who died when she was hit by a car on the A36 have spoken of a loving and caring person who was “always trying to help others”.
Kayleigh Quinn, 27, of Park Road, Fordingbridge died at the scene of the crash at Plaitford.
She was hit by a silver Volkswagen Golf heading south at 11.15pm on Tuesday, September 24.
Her family issued a statement describing her as a “very spirited and fun-loving person”.
They added: “She had a very kind and caring nature and was always trying to help others.
“She loved spending time caring for her horses but her greatest love was for her three children.
“They meant the whole world to her. Kayleigh will be greatly missed by her family and friends.”
The Volkswagen driver, a 45-year-old man from Portsmouth, was shaken but uninjured.
He was arrested on suspicion of causing death by driving without due care and attention and was released on bail until October 31, pending police inquiries.
The road was closed for about six hours following the accident.
Flowers and messages of sympathy have been left at the scene, with one card reading: “You were the love of my life. You will be badly missed. Gone but never forgotten. I love you so much babe.”
Another read: “Can’t believe you are gone. You will always be in our hearts. You will be missed so much.” Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Whitchurch roads policing unit on 101, quoting Operation Subdivision.
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