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Woman, 32, from Hornchurch, Essex, who died in freak smash is named locally as Remi Akinmoyewa

04 July 2014
by Victoria Chessum

The 32-year-old woman from Hornchurch, Essex, who died in a freak accident last Thursday, has been named locally.

Remi Akinmyewa was driving a silver Toyota Corolla down the A20, when her car, according to Kent Police, lost control at the Aycliffe roundabout.

The Essex woman was a primary French teacher and a mother-of-two.

 

The wreckage of the car that somersaulted from the A20 roundabout onto the Megger multi-storey car park

The wreckage of the car that somersaulted from the A20 roundabout onto the Megger multi-storey car park

CCTV footage had captured her driving over the Dartford bridge at around 8.15am, around an hour before the tragic incident happened.

The car launched itself, some 10ft in the air into the Megger multi-storey car park.

Two stationary cars were damaged in the incident and no other motorists were involved.

The Megger multi-storey car park after the crash

The Megger multi-storey car park after the crash

A crowd of P&O workers, based in the adjacent Channel House office, watched on in disbelief.

Police are investigating the crash, and witnesses are asked to contact Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 01622 798538.

 

 

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