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Tributes paid to ‘beautiful’ Haverhill woman Gail Brown killed in Cambridgeshire crash

PUBLISHED: 10:34 28 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:34 28 December 2017

Gail brown from Haverhill died in the collision on the A1307 in Cambridgeshire.

Gail brown from Haverhill died in the collision on the A1307 in Cambridgeshire.

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The family of a Haverhill woman who died in a crash on the A1307 in Bartlow, Cambridgeshire, have said she will be “sorely missed”.

Gail Brown nee Hickman, of Lowry Close in Haverhill, died at around 12.15pm on Friday, December 22, after being involved in a collision with a Ford Fiesta on the eastbound carriageway at Bartlow.

In a statement paying tribute to the 56-year-old, her husband Ian, parents Pat and Michael, sister Lorraine and nephew David, said: “We are totally devastated at the loss of our beautiful Gail.

“Words can’t express how we feel at the moment, but we take immense comfort from all the messages of support we have received from the many, many people who knew and loved her.

“She will be sorely missed by so many people. We kindly ask for some time to grieve in private.”

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