The family of a young mother named Emma Louise Morris said she had “so much more life to live” before she passed away in a car accident that also seriously injured her four-year-old son. Through North Wales Police (NWP), her parents provided a statement.
They said, “Our beautiful daughter has been cruelly taken from us too soon”. “Our darling girl had so much more life to live at only 28 years old. It continued, “Emma Louise Morris left a huge void in our lives and was stunning inside and out. Emma’s parents asked that their privacy be respected during this trying time. They said, “We won’t be making any more comments.”.
Who was Emma Louise Morris?
On April 3, Emma perished in a four-car collision on the A487 close to Caernarfon, North Wales. Three additional individuals suffered critical injuries. Her four-year-old son is still in critical but stable condition. According to North Wales Police, the accident involved a BMW 1 series, a Skoda Octavia, a dark grey Audi A3 saloon, and a Peugeot 208. Around 7 PM, the accident happened. Emma, the Peugeot 208’s driver, was declared dead at the scene. Friends started a JustGiving fundraiser to support Emma’s husband and their two sons. In less than 24 hours, the fund has contributed more than £1,300 toward its £2,000 goal. “Emma was everyone’s best friend, and her radiant smile could brighten any space. She was unique in a million. The organizer stated that Emma would be missed by all of her family, friends, and acquaintances. The critically injured son of Emma was brought to Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool. A different woman was taken to Stoke Hospital with injuries that could have been fatal. Two more patients were transferred to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor with life-threatening injuries.