The family of a woman who died in a collision on the M5 has paid tribute to her.
Joanne Jennings, 45, from Highbridge, died in the crash near junction 25 for Taunton, which happened at about 8.30am on Thursday, 13 September.
Joanne was a loving mother, wife, sister, auntie and nanny.
She was always filled with joy and happiness, laughing and smiling as she went about her day.
She will be sadly missed by family and friends and has a place in many people’s hearts.”
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