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Tributes to A39 Crash Victim

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6:03am 25th March 2014
(Updated 6:03am 25th March 2014)

Family are paying tribute to a Holsworthy mum, who was killed in an accident on the A39.

27 year old Sasha Stewart died when her car flipped onto its roof.

Her car ran out of control and rolled upside down in a field north of Marhamchurch.

She was pronounced dead at the scene at Eastcott Cross by paramedics.

No other vehicles were involved in the crash.

Her family said in a statement: "Sasha Chloe Stewart was a devoted loving wife to Jason, a wonderful loving mum to Ashley, and a fantastic daughter and best friend to her mum Alison. She was a great friend to all who knew her."

6:03am 25th March 2014

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