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Family pays tribute to Poole mum Rosemary Evans killed in A35 crash
9:01am Friday 30th August 2013 in News
TRIBUTES have been paid to a woman who died in a caravan accident over the bank holiday weekend.
Rosemary Evans sustained serious injuries when the Landrover Discovery she was travelling in overturned on Saturday August 24 on the A35 at Askerswell, between Dorchester and Bridport.
The Landrover was towing a caravan.
Mrs Evans died of a traumatic brain injury in hospital on Tuesday morning. Her 52-year-old husband Mike and their 11-year-old son Josh were also in the vehicle.
Josh escaped without injury, while Mr Evans was taken to hospital with minor injuries following the collision.
An inquest into Mrs Evans's death has been opened and adjourned until January next year.
This morning her family have released a statement: “From the moment we heard this terrible news, the family has been devastated and our hearts go out to Rosie's husband, Mike, and son, Josh.
“Rosie was such a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, sister and friend - losing her has left a hole in our hearts and our lives that we will never be able to fill.
“So many nice things have been said about Rosie since the accident and there have been some lovely tributes posted on the internet. The family would like to thank those people for all their kind words.
“We would now ask that we are left alone for a period and given some time to deal with the aftermath of this terrible tragedy.”
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