August 7, 2022

COPS has launched an investigation into the murder of a mother and her 11-month-old baby in a catastrophic crash.

Friends of the parents, nicknamed Nicola Davis, have paid tribute to her since her death when her car collided with a lorry.


Friends and family pay tribute to ‘beautiful’ mother Nicola Davis.Credit: Facebook

Nicola of Telford, Shopshire wrote a sad message on her Facebook page, saying: “Live life to the fullest because tomorrow is not promised to anyone !!! Be happy and make memories !!!”

A friend of the little girl’s father, Gemma Bailey, said he was “in the butt.”

He told Mail Online: “I don’t know what the situation was. I can only assume she took the baby out to try to sleep.

“I don’t know what happened after that.”

Nicola’s cousin wrote on Facebook: “Relax peacefully. I’m in shock, I still can’t sleep. Fly high with the angels.”

Beckie Tomkinson wrote: “There are no words, you will really be missed. Nic was really kind, very warm hearted, generous, and beautiful inside and out. You both were calm.”

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West Murcia Police said in a statement: “Officers investigating a fatal collision in North Shoreshire have launched a homicide investigation.

On Tuesday, February 15, at around 1:00 AM, a Y4 truck traveling north on the A41 collided with a yellow truck near Newport and Turn Hill near Lavender Cottage.

“Sadly, a 35-year-old woman and her 11-month-old daughter, who was traveling in Ford Fox, died on the spot.

No other injuries were reported.

Family ‘in bits’

The next of kin has been notified but formal identification is still pending.

“Officers are not identifying any suspects but are appealing to anyone with any information about the incident.

“Anyone who was in the vicinity at the time of the incident or who saw a vehicle or caught it on a dash cam is asked to please contact.”

The HGV driver was spotted by ambulance crews but did not require hospital treatment.

The West Midlands Ambulance Service, along with police and fire brigade, dispatched three ambulances and three doctors in the A41 crash.

A spokesman said: “The crew worked quickly as a team to provide advanced trauma care with the help of police and firefighters.

“Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of all, nothing was done to save the woman and the child and both were confirmed dead at the scene.”

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