‘Heartbroken to lose the love of my life’ - boyfriend’s emotional tribute to ‘soulmate’ killed in car crash
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The boyfriend of a 22-year-old woman from Norwich killed in a car crash has paid an emotional tribute to his 'soulmate' and the 'love of my life'.
Former Attleborough High School pupil Kimberley Hudson was the front seat passenger in a blue Subaru Impreza which crashed in Settle, Yorkshire at around 8.40pm on Saturday.
Miss Hudson died in the crash while the driver, a 27-year-old man from Skipton, was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
Miss Hudson's boyfriend, 29-year-old delivery driver Dan Moore, said he would never forget her.
He said: 'I am absolutely heartbroken to lose the love of my life. We had a future planned - she was my soulmate, my gorgeous girl and she will forever be in my heart and my memories.
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'I never ever thought the last time I'd see her would be Saturday morning. I cannot express how truly happy and loved she made me feel.
'I may have had the love of my life away from me but the memories that we created together will never ever leave me. I love her so, so much and she will forever be in my heart.
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Mr Moore said Miss Hudson's family and friends were 'heartbroken' by her tragic death.
He said: 'Kimberley was loved so much - not only by me, but by her family and friends too and we are all heartbroken to lose a happy, smiley, kind, sweet, funny, amazing girl that everyone absolutely adored.
'She was the most amazing person I have ever met and I'm so happy that I had the privilege to call her my girlfriend.'
In a tribute her sister, Bonnie Hudson, and father, Karl Hudson, said: 'She will be dearly missed by all of us, dad, siblings and her mum, her boyfriend and her never ending list of friends. She was taken too soon.'
Bonnie Hudson also made a video in tribute to her sister.
Attleborough's deputy mayor, Vera Dale, said she hoped the town would support the family through this time.
She said: 'They were a lively, friendly and very close family and Kimberley was a caring girl. The news is absolutely tragic. I hope the town will support the family to help them get through this time, not that I know how you get through losing a child. It is awful.'
Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision and an investigation has been launched.