The husband of a woman who died in a crash on the A143 Earsham has paid a loving tribute to her. 

Aisatou Mballow Baldeh was killed on Sunday, August 13.

Her husband Bocar said: "Aisa was my wife, my best friend, and my soul mate.

"We had so many plans for our future together that now, we will not be able to fulfil, and this is something I’m still struggling to come to terms with.

"Aisa will be missed by so many people.

Eastern Daily Press: A trail left through a field next to the A143 caused by the police chaseA trail left through a field next to the A143 caused by the police chase (Image: East Anglia News Service)

"Our families, friends and I will forever keep her in our hearts and remember the beautiful and vibrant person we love and cherish."

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A Land Rover Defender and a Nissan Juke crashed on the A143 near the Old Harleston Road junction close to Earsham, near Bungay earlier this month.

Aisatou, who was travelling in the Nissan Juke, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The male occupants of the Land Rover Defender were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after being chased by police.

The incident was referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct by Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies, as is standard procedure.

The IOPC is conducting an independent investigation.

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Marcin Jablonski, 43, of Mutfordwood Lane, Carlton Colville, near Lowestoft, was later charged with causing death by dangerous driving, causing death while driving with no insurance, causing death while driving disqualified, aggravated vehicle taking and criminal damage. 

Thomaz Urbaniak, 26, of All Saints Road, Newmarket, was charged with aggravated vehicle taking. 

They appeared at Norwich Magistrates’ Court on August 17 and the case was formally sent to Norwich Crown Court on September 14.