Published: 11:30, 20 March 2017 |
Updated: 16:45, 20 March 2017
A 20-year-old woman who died in a crash in Cobham has been named locally as Leanna Jane Culver.
Floral tributes left at the site of the crash in Henhurst Road describe the victim as a little sister and a sweet angel.
One heartfelt message, signed Nan, Nigel and Collette, tells Leanna to watch over her girls.
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The young woman, who police said was from the area, died at the scene after a crash on Wednesday night.
The 26-year-old driver of the blue Renault Clio was arrested and bailed until June.
He suffered minor injuries.
Colourful flowers and heartbreaking notes have been left at the base of the telegraph pole the car crashed into.
One message says: "Sweet dreams little sister. See you again soon. Lots of Love."
Another message signed "your teddy bear" reads: "Miss you so much bab. I will always love you and I'll always be with you."
A fundraising page has been set up to raise money for the funeral.
You can donate here.
The police's Serious Collision Investigation Unit is asking anyone who saw the crash or the vehicle beforehand to call the appeal line on 01622 798538 or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting RY/SM/050/17.
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