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Kent woman named as victim of fatal M25 crash near Lakeside, Essex

The victim of a fatal crash on the M25 has been named.

Motorcyclist Andrina Everett died after being involved in a crash with a car that was being chased by police over the Dartford Crossing.

Andrina Everett was killed after a crash on the M25
Andrina Everett was killed after a crash on the M25

At around 11.40pm on Sunday (April 14) officers chased the vehicle on the M25 anti-clockwise carriageway.

The driver was pursued to the exit of junction 30 near Lakeside in Grays, Essex, when it became involved in a crash.

Paramedics were called to the scene with Essex Police to help an injured motorcyclist.

The rider, who has now been named as Andrina Everett, from Kent, was pronounced dead shortly after.

Her fiancée William Critchell has described her as “the most loving person” on a fundraising page.

He said: “Andrina Everett was the second of four siblings, a loving daughter, sister, fiancée and a wonderful friend to so many people.

“She loved riding her motorbike everywhere and couldn’t go one night without riding around enjoying the freedom she had.

“Our beautiful girl was taken too soon at 19 years old and we are all devastated by her loss.

“She was the most loving person to all her family and friends and would do anything she could to put a smile on their faces.”

William has set up a fundraiser to raise money for her funeral costs to give her the “best send-off possible”. Donations can be made here.

He added: “Being so young, Andrina hadn't planned for her passing, and her family are unprepared to manage the financial and emotional fallout from her death.”

Part of the roundabout was closed for around 10 hours before it reopened at around 10.30am on Monday (April 15).

A pair of teenagers, both 18, and from Essex, were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving at the scene.

They have been released on bail until July 8.

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