June 28, 2022, 22:59

    Graduate, 22, who became sister’s guardian after parents died is killed in car crash

    Graduate, 22, who became sister’s guardian after parents died is killed in car crash

    A heartbroken family has paid tribute to a "caring and considerate" 22-year-old who was her sister's carer after the death of their parents.

    Alice Birchall died in hospital following a horror car crash in Leeds on Saturday evening.

    Alice, who was carer for her younger sister Amy, had been due to start her dream job in just two weeks, Leeds Live reports.

    She "protected Amy with her whole heart", her devastated loved ones said.

    In a statement her family said: “Alice was the most caring and considerate young women you would ever wish to meet.

    "The passing of both her mum and dad at a young age meant that Alice matured quickly and became a guardian to her younger sister Amy.

    Alice was guardian to her younger sister Amy
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    Police are investigating the tragedy which happened in Leeds on Saturday
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    "She protected Amy with her whole heart and cared for her so very well.

    “Alice is loved by more than an army of people. Alice’s life was finally coming together, she had graduated from university with a history degree and she had just secured her dream job working in fine jewellery, which she was due to start in two weeks’ time.

    “Alice was the happiest she had ever been with her whole future in front of her. This incident has left Amy devastated at the loss of her guardian but more importantly her best friend.

    "The whole family is in shock and have no words that could truly understand the cruelty of the situation. Alice deserved so much better than what happened.”

    The crash involved Alice's grey Nissan Juke and a grey Audi RS Q3. The Audi driver, 34, and the eight-year-old girl who was a passenger in the Audi are still in hospital with serious injuries.

    West Yorkshire Police 's Major Collison Enquiry Team continue to investigate the crash, and are appealing for anyone who witnessed the crash or the preceding circumstances to get in touch.

    Police are particularly keen to hear from anyone with vehicle dashcam or home CCTV or doorbell camera footage showing the grey Audi RS Q3 on the route it took along Whitkirk Lane, Austhorpe Lane and Manston Lane in the direction of William Parkin Way and The Springs retail park, between about 8.35pm and the time of the collision shortly before 8.43pm on Saturday, June 18.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact the Major Collision Enquiry Team via 101 quoting Operation Pearlmere reference 13220330463 via 101 or online via www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat

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