Tributes to ‘loved’ mother who died after Coventry collision - The Coventry Observer

13th Aug, 2022

Tributes to ‘loved’ mother who died after Coventry collision

TRIBUTES have been paid to a ‘loved and well-known’ mother who died following a collision in Coventry.

Prakash Kaur was struck by a blue Subaru car in Foleshill Road, near the community centre, at just after 4pm on Friday December 14.

The 64-year-old pedestrian suffered serious injuries and was sadly pronounced dead shortly afterwards.

A family tribute said: “She was loved and well-known to the local community.

“She gave her time in abundance to help others, she will be a huge loss to the community and her family.”

They continue to ask for their privacy to be respected at this time.

A 49-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and released under investigation as enquiries continue.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the police’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit via email at FL_COLLISION_INVEST@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk, call 101 or Live Chat via WMP Online. Please quote log 1634 of 14/12.

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