A woman whose friends have called the "life and soul of the party" has died in a crash on the way home from work.
Kelsey Stuttard was driving an Audi A3 when the accident happened last Saturday.
The 31-year-old was found unresponsive by medics and died at the scene following the collision on the A523.
A fundraising appeal has now been launched by friend Ryan Dixon after her death.
It will be used to go towards the cost of Kelsey's funeral and has already exceeded its target.
StokeonTrentLive reports that fundraiser states: "As you are all aware, our good friend Kelsey died tragically in a car accident on her way home from work.
Friends have set up the online appeal following the death of his Kelsey
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"Some of her close friends, myself Hannah Phillips and Leah Beresford have decided to create this go fund page to help Kelsey have the best send-off possible.
"Her passion was to travel and live life to the full. From this she made many friends from all over the world that she also had a huge impact on.
"This has left everyone broken hearted especially her family. Unfortunately now Kelsey will never be able to celebrate anymore special occasions or birthdays including her 40th.
"Let's give Kelsey the send off that she deserves as she was always the life and soul of any party."
Kelsey's family also released a statement describing her as 'beautiful, loving and caring'.
They said: "Our beautiful, caring, loving daughter, sister and auntie was cruelly taken away far too soon.
"She was loved by so many and has left family and friends heartbroken. We politely request privacy at this very difficult time."
Staffordshire Police closed the section of Macclesfield Road for several hours following the crash.
Officers have since appealed for anyone who saw what happened, or who has dashcam footage of the area, to get in touch.
To contribute to the appeal visit the GoFundMe page.
Anyone with information can call police on 101, quoting incident number 90 of May 7.