Tributes have been paid to a mother-of-three who died following a collision in Odiham last month.
Roxanne Moran, 31, from Hook, died in hospital five days after the single vehicle collision on February 25.
She was a passenger in a Citroen C2 when the collision happened on the A287 at 12.45am.
Her family have today paid tribute to her. They said: “Roxanne was a beautiful person inside and out.
“She was a wonderful mother who lived for her children and her family.
“Nothing was ever too much to ask of Roxanne. She was not only a wonderful daughter, sister and mother, she was a true and caring friend who would go out of her way to help anybody.
“Her death has left a deep scar - one that will not heal soon but we will stand together as a family and eventually pull through. That is what Roxanne would have wanted.
“Our main focus now is taking care of her children and helping them to become fine young men, just as she would have done.
“The world has lost a truly beautiful person but heaven has gained an angel.”
Officers investigating the collision would still like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or saw the blue Citroen prior to the collision, which may have come from the London Road area of Hook.
A 22-year-old man from Camberley has been arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and being in charge of a vehicle whilst unfit through drink. He has been released on police bail until May 5.
Anyone with information should contact us on 101, quoting 44170072555, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.