A woman killed after she was hit by a car on the A55 has been named.
Rebecca Chloe Oxlade died in the accident involving a Vauxhall Corsa near Valley on Thursday afternoon (17th January).
She was 22 years old and lived in Trearddur Bay after moving to Anglesey from Bromley, Kent.
In a set of family tributes released on Saturday, Ms Oxlade was described as ”the most beautiful, kind and loving person you’d ever meet”.
Her partner, Jordan Abrahams, said: ”She made me the happiest I’d ever been. She meant everything to me. She was my world, my person. Becca was funny and would light up not just the room, but people’s lives. I love you with all my heart, pudding. She would sing ‘Guess who loves you?’ – it’s me!”
Her parents, Jacqui and Gary Oxlade, said they were left ”heartbroken at the loss of the beautiful, amazing, funny and caring young lady we are proud to call our daughter.”
They added: ”Becca was someone who felt everything intensely and was loved just the same. She lit up a room when she entered it and the world will be a dimmer place without her.”
”In her brief time, she made her mark on the world and so many in it. We remain immensely proud of her and will miss her more than words can ever express. She will be missed by all her family, grandparents, aunts and cousins alike.”
Police investigating the crash say Ms Oxlade was driving an orange Renault Capture just before the collision.
The driver of the Corsa was left with minor injuries and taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor. The eastbound carriageway remained closed for around five hours between Valley and Kingsland.
Sergeant Nicola Grimes-Williams from the Roads Policing Unit in Llandygai said: ”I am particularly keen on speaking to anybody who may have witnessed the collision. Anybody with dash cam footage is also asked to contact us as soon as possible to assist with our investigation. We would like to extend our sincerest condolences to Rebecca’s family and friends at this difficult time.”
Further tributes were paid by the family of Rebecca’s partner. Lee and Yvonne Abrahams said they were heartbroken and described her as ”our ray of sunshine” and ”a breath of fresh air”.
Alexandra Abrahams, sister to Jordan, said: ”We are broken by the loss of Becca. She was the best thing that had happened to my sister and, because of that she was the best thing that had happened to our family. She became a part of us so quickly that it felt she had always been there. You will always be my sister as well as my friend. I love you always and I will miss you always.”
Anyone with information should contact the Western Roads Policing Unit on 101, quoting reference no. X007474, or the North Wales Police control room via the live web chat.