Queen’s Park woman killed in Sussex car crash named by police
Hawerun Nessa, 56, died following horror smash on Easter Sunday
Police have named a Queen’s Park woman who was killed in a car crash in Sussex on Easter Sunday.
Hawerun Nessa, 56, of Fourth Avenue, died when a Honda Accord she was travelling in was in a collision with a Volkswagen Golf on the A24 in Warnham.
An 18-month-old girl, who was also in the Honda, was rushed to St George’s Hospital in Tooting, south west London, in a crtical condtion but has since improved and is now stable.
The 34-year-old driver of the Honda, a 26-year-old woman, and two other girls aged three and one, were also seriously injured.
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All occupants of the car are from the same family from Pimlico, south west London.
The driver of the VW Golf, a 60-year-old man from Epsom was taken to hospital with serious chest injuries.
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His 58-year-old female passenger, who is also from Epsom, was treated for whiplash injuries.
Sergeant Paul Skinner from the Sussex Police Road Policing Unit, is investigating the crash, he said: “This is a desperately tragic incident that has left a toddler fighting for her life.
“A full investigation is now under way and I would ask that anyone who witnessed the incident or who may have seen either of the cars in the area in the time leading up to the crash, to please call Sussex Police on 101 quoting Operation Smallbridge.”