Tributes to Cumbria mother killed in quad bike crash
Last updated at 12:07, Monday, 10 March 2014
TRIBUTES have been made to a mother of three from Cumbria who was killed in a crash between a Land Rover and a quad bike.
Janet Gorst, 43, died as a result of injuries sustained from a road traffic collision on Thursday morning on the Old Scotch Road, near Sedbergh.
The circumstances of the crash are being investigated by police.
Janet was driving the quad bike and was taken to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary, where despite the efforts of the medical staff, she died.
Janet was married to Dick, and the mother of Lydia, Joe and Sam.
Janet also leaves behind an extended family where she had the role of being a beloved daughter, sister, niece, auntie and a much loved friend.
Her family describe her as: “A farmer and proud stockman. Janet was a Christian whose motto in life was live life passionately, laugh until your belly hurts and love unconditionally.”
The female driver of the Land Rover, aged 43, was not injured.
First published at 12:03, Monday, 10 March 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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