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Police are now in a position to name the woman who sadly lost her life in a road traffic collision on the car park of B&Q in Meir Park on Tuesday (1 October 2019).
Police are now in a position to name the woman who sadly lost her life in a road traffic collision on the car park of B&Q in Meir Park on Tuesday (1 October 2019). Rosemary Myers, aged 67, from Leek, was on the car park of B&Q when there was a collision involving a Ford Focus. She sadly died on arrival at the Royal Stoke University Hospital. Rosemary’s family have paid tribute to her: “In her work as a teacher and as a trusted educational advisor, Rosemary was fiercely capable, compassionate and kind. “These qualities were shown in the love she gave as wife, sister, mother, grandmother and dear friend.” “This is an overwhelming loss and we will miss her so much.” Witnesses or anyone with relevant dashcam footage should DM Staffordshire Police, call 101 or email [email protected]
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