Published: 19:49, 14 September 2020
| Updated: 19:59, 14 September 2020
A devastated Kent mum has paid tribute to her daughter who tragically died following a car crash.
Anysha Vincent was just 24 when she was involved in the accident in London on September 2.
She was airlifted to St Marys' Hospital, where she was put on life support.
Tragically, her injuries proved too severe and she passed away later the following day.
Her mum, Louise Hatton, from Folkestone , said the family had been left "completely numb" at the loss of her "beautiful" and "happy" daughter.
She said: "My beautiful Anysha just turned 24 was involved in a road traffic accident in London in the early hours of 2nd of September.
"She was airlifted to St Mary's and put on life support. By this time myself, my partner, her dad and his partner were all present at the hospital.
"She was such a happy young woman and very well loved by all"
"The news was not good and despite the 24 hours they did to try andsave her life, her injuries were too severe and we had to say goodbye to Anysha on the 3rd of September.
"We cannot get over the shock as she had just started a new job and on her way to promotion and just decorated her room.
"She was such a happy young woman and very well loved by all. We are all completely numb."
A fundraiser set up to help the family pay for Anysha's funeral has reached £2,300 in four days.
One donation read: "RIP Beautiful, such a kind and caring soul that will be missed dearly.
"Crazy how much of an impact you created on everyone at work in such a short period.
"Gosh you made me laugh, now lets get you the send off you deserve."