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family pay tribute to mum of four killed on the a21
family pay tribute to mum of four killed on the a21

Family pay tribute to mum of four killed on the A21

The family of a woman who died following a collision near Lamberhurst have paid tribute to a ‘beloved wife, mother and nanny.’

Amanda Guile was driving a silver Vauxhall Corsa which was involved in a collision on the A21 at around 3.45pm on Sunday 27 January 2019. Officers and the South East Coast Ambulance Service attended the scene where Mrs Smith, aged 57 and from the Flimwell area, was pronounced deceased.

She leaves four children and three grandchildren, and her family have now issued the following statement: ‘Words cannot describe how we are all feeling as a family. Sadly on Sunday evening, Mandy Guile, our beloved wife, mother and nanny was involved in a car accident and sadly lost her life.

‘As a family we are thankful and comforted by the kind words, messages and cards we have received about our wonderful, gorgeous, fun loving mum. Mandy loved all her friends and family unconditionally and could never do enough for anyone.

‘She was a strong, beautiful caring woman. We all love you dearly Mandy and you are missed by all. Always Loved, Never forgotten, Forever Missed.’

Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the collision, which happened close to the junction with Church Road and also involved a white Range Rover Evoque.

Witnesses or those with dash cam footage, who have yet to contact police, are asked to call the appeals line on 01622 798538 quoting reference number RY/SM/020/19.