- Tyne Tees
Police have named the three members of the same family who died in a collision in County Durham yesterday.
Robert Reed, 75, Natalie Simpson, 18, and 14-month-old Destiny Reed were killed in the head on collision between their car and a lorry.
Margaret Reed, 74, was airlifted to hospital and remains in James Cook hospital in Middlesbrough with serious injuries.
The 42-year-old lorry driver remains in police custody and is being interviewed this afternoon.
"Natalie Jade is remembered as a caring and thoughtful young lady. She embraced motherhood with enthusiasm and maturity. It was clear that she would be a proud and loving mother to her daughter."
"You'll never be forgotten. I will always have you in my mind and heart. Love you forever. I will miss you always baby girls."
Friends of an 18 year old who was killed in a horror smash alongside her one year old daughter and another family member pay tribute to her
She was a "bubbly and smiley" mother, who friends and family are paying tribute to.
A baby girl was among three members of a family who died when their car collided with a lorry. A fourth person was airlifted to hospital.