Family pay tribute to woman who died after St Mellons crash
Updated 5:42pm Friday 30th May 2014 in News
A WOMAN who died in a crash on the A48 near St Mellons last weekend has been named as Ceri Ann Sullivan.
The crash occurred on the A48 between St. Mellons and Marshfield, Cardiff opposite the junction to Vaendre Close and St. Mellons golf club, around 6.30am on May 24.
The woman who died has been named as 21-year-old Ceri Ann Sullivan, from Cyncoed in Cardiff.
The collision involved two motorcars, a Black Renault Clio travelling towards the St. Mellons area and a Blue Ford Mondeo travelling towards the Marshfield area.
Ceri’s family have paid tribute to her, saying: “Ceri was a much loved daughter of David and Kim and loved sister and a devoted mother to her two year old daughter. She will be greatly missed by them and all of the rest of her family.
“She loved her job as a carer and was exceptionally kind hearted and generous to everyone she looked after.
“Ceri touched the lives of so many and lived her life with an enthusiasm that was truly infectious.
“She will be sorely missed by so many who knew and loved her.”
South Wales Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision and the driving of both vehicles prior to the collision to contact them on 101 or the Crimestoppers number 0800 555111.
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