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Posted on 09:43:00 on 2nd June 2021
Alicia Brunskill

Alicia Brunskill

The family of a Kendal woman who died following a road traffic collision have paid tribute to her life.

Alicia Brunskill, aged 27, died as a result of the injuries suffered in a collision on the A684 near Kendal on Wednesday 26 May.

Her family said: “Alicia was gorgeous, kind, caring and always put others before herself. She devoted her working life to caring for the elderly and enjoyed listening to all their stories.

“Alicia loved the simple things in life especially eating, laughing, driving, singing and being surrounded by friends and family. The memories from holidays with her family and friends will be treasured always.

“Her adoring and heartbroken parents Phill and Debbie, brother Dan and all the wider family, will miss her forever. Our beautiful Alicia had so much more life left to live and was taken from us far too soon.”

The single vehicle collision occurred at 10.45pm on 26 May on Singleton Park Road just outside Kendal. The car involved was a black Ford Fiesta. Three other occupants received medical treatment following the collision.

Officers investigating the collision are continuing their appeal for information. Anyone with information relating to this incident can report online at www.cumbria.police.uk/reportit, quoting incident number 212 of 26 May.

You can also email SCIU@cumbria.police.uk or call 101 and ask to speak to an officer in the Constabulary’s Mobile Support Group.

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