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A “kind and kind-hearted” mother named Baljinder Kaur died in a crash in Walsall, and tributes have been made to her.
On Sunday night, Baljinder Kaur was killed when her scarlet Vauxhall Corsa collided with an Audi S3 on a prominent road in Walsall.
She was 32 years old.
Mother ‘Baljinder Kaur’ Killed In Horror Crash Full Details
Her car was located on its side, stuck between a garden wall and a tree, as well as the twisted wreckage of a yellow Audi on the road by emergency crews.
The 22-year-old Audi driver was detained on suspicion of causing death via unsafe driving.
Baljinder’s family expressed their grief today, as police called for witnesses with dash-cam footage.
They said in a statement, “It is with great sadness which has left the whole family devastated at the loss of a mother, wife, daughter and sister.”
“Everyone who truly knew Baljinder, but better known to them as Bal, knew her as a loving and kind-hearted person, beautiful both inside and out.”
“She touched so many hearts, brought happiness to anyone she spoke to. Such a shame she had to depart from the world at a very young age. She will be truly missed.”
“If anyone has any information regarding this tragic incident, please come forward and assist the police with their enquiries.”
“The whole family would kindly request that you respect our privacy, whilst we come to terms with this distressing ordeal,” TheSun reported.
Tributes have been paid to a ‘loving’ and ‘kind hearted’ woman who lost her life in a collision on Sunday night.
Baljinder Kaur was critically injured in a collision with a yellow Audi S3 in The Broadway at around 7.20pm.
— West Midlands Police (@WMPolice) November 24, 2021
On Sunday, just before 7.30 p.m., emergency workers were dispatched to the intersection of Broadway and Magdalene Road.
Two ambulances, two paramedic officers, a trauma doctor, and a critical care paramedic, as well as fire crews and police, were dispatched to the scene.
West Midlands Police officers apprehended the Audi driver, who did not require medical attention.
He was later released on the condition that he be investigated. The police department has urged drivers to check their dashcams.
Two Audi passengers were sent to the hospital with significant injuries.
According to a representative for the West Midlands Ambulance Service, “On arrival, we discovered four patients. The first, the driver of the first car, was freed from the vehicle by the fire service.”
“Once freed, crews quickly commenced advanced life support, although, it became clear that, despite the best efforts of ambulance staff on scene, nothing more could be done to save her and she was confirmed deceased at the scene.”
“The second, a passenger in the second car, had sustained injuries not considered to be life threatening, he received treatment on scene and was conveyed to Walsall Manor Hospital for further treatment.”
“The third, a passenger in the second car, was assessed at the scene and had potentially serious injuries, he was conveyed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham for further treatment.”
“The fourth patient, the driver of the second car, did not wish to be assessed,” TheSun reported.