Carer Sharon Wright who died in Lowestoft crash ‘will be missed by family and friends’

Sharon Wright died on December 1 after a car accident in Lowestoft. Picture: WRIGHT FAMILY

Sharon Wright died on December 1 after a car accident in Lowestoft. Picture: WRIGHT FAMILY - Credit: Archant

A 55-year-old woman who died after crashing into a wall in north Suffolk has been described by family as a “lovely caring person”.

Sharon Wright died on December 1 after a car accident in Lowestoft. Picture: WRIGHT FAMILY

Sharon Wright died on December 1 after a car accident in Lowestoft. Picture: WRIGHT FAMILY - Credit: Archant

Sharon Wright is thought to have suffered a “medical episode” before her grey Ford Fusion was involved in a minor collision in Yarmouth Road near to High Street, Lowestoft, on Thursday, November 30.

Suffolk police, paramedics and the air ambulance were called to the accident, which happened at around 12.40pm.

She was taken to James Paget University Hospital in Gorelston by road ambulance, but died a short time later.

Ms Wright’s family issued a tribute this afternoon via Suffolk police.

“Sharon Wright sadly died on December 1 after a minor car accident,” it read.

“She will be missed by both family and friends.

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“She was a lovely caring person who worked in the care sector locally for over thirty years.”

“The family would like to thank the special couple who helped Sharon until the paramedics arrived.

“Also special thanks to Air Ambulance, police and medical staff in intensive care at the James Paget University Hospital.”

Suffolk police said the incident is being investigated as a possible fatal collision and officers are asking that anybody who witnessed the collision or the manner of driving prior to the incident to come forward.

Anyone with information is asked to call PC 356 Nic Metcalf at the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.

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