A 23-year-old woman who died has been named after a car overturned near Dover on Saturday morning.
The young woman, Emma Willis, was a passenger in a car that left the road and turned over in a field beside Sandwich Road in Waldershare at 1.55am.
Her family have paid tribute to Emma and released the photograph of her.
They said: "We can’t believe Emma has gone. She was always joking and laughing. Anyone that knew her will never meet anyone like her again.
"She was looking forward to watching Liverpoool play. As she said, it will be the only time that they will be at the top of the league. We will always miss her and love her forever."
There were four people in the car and another passenger was taken to hospital in a critical but stable condition.
Kent Police are investigating the collision and officers have arrested four people in connection with the incident.
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