Tributes have been paid to three members of the same family who were killed in a car crash last weekend. It happend on Saturday when their car collided with a tree close to Pershore Agricultural College.
22 year old Luke Morris and his partner Elizabeth Stanley, 24, were both pronounced dead at the scene. They leave a three year old daughter. Elizabeth also had a six year old son from a previous relationship.
Her family say Elizabeth was a bubbly girl and a loving daughter. They say her life was dedicated to her children and she and Luke loved spending days out with them.
Luke Morris's sister Rebecca Townsend was the third person killed in the crash. She leaves behind two children aged six and four. Her husband Craig Townsend was also travelling in the back of the car. He's a critical but stable condition at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Luke and Rebecca's family say they were inseparable from an early age. They were always there for each other. We are all very proud of them; nobody had a bad word to say about either of them.
Police officers continue to investigate the cause of the collision and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
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