The family of a woman who died when her motorbike crashed in County Durham say she was pregnant with her fourth child.
Alison Reay from Stanley was a passenger on the bike. Her husband, who was driving, was arrested after the crash.
The family of Alison Raey, 39, from Stanley have described her as a "Loving wife to David, loving mother to Danielle, Shane, and Courtney, loving sister to Cindy and Robert, and a loving aunty to Courtney and Alicia."
The following poem has also be released:
– Family of Alison Raey
Although both of you can't be with us, we're truly not apart. Until the final breath we take, you both will be living in our hearts.
The family of a woman who was killed in a three-vehicle crash in County Durham have revealed she was pregnant.
Alison Raey, 39, from Stanley was a passenger on a motorcycle that collided with a milk tanker and a van on the A688 near Bowburn on Thursday evening. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Her family have confirmed she was expecting their fourth child at the time of the incident, and say the couple had already decided to name their unborn baby 'Thomas'.
Mrs Raey's 51-year-old husband, David, and the tanker driver, were both arrested on suspicion of death by careless driving and released on bail.