A woman killed in a two vehicle crash on the A487 has been named.
Fflur Green was a passenger in a blue Renault Scenic when it collided with a blue Mitsubishi ASX near Gellilydan at just before 9.50pm last Thursday night (11th July).
The 24 year-old from Trawsfynydd was pronounced dead at the scene. At least one person was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor with minor injuries.
In a statement released via police on Wednesday, Ms Green’s family described her as a ”beautiful, sweet, quiet, hardworking and talented little girl”.
Her mother added: ”No words can describe this unbearable pain we are all going through of losing our daughter, sister and granddaughter…taken away from us way too soon. Fly high, my darling angel. Mum loves you.”
The crash occurred near the spot of a fatal collision in January 2018. Anna Williams (22) from Penrhyndeudraeth, and her six-month old niece, Mili Wyn Ginniver, from Blaenau Ffestiniog, died after the car they were travelling in hit a lorry.
Police say Ms Green’s family is being supported by specialist liaison officers. They’re also keen to speak to the drivers of two vehicles spotted passing the scene of the crash.
Sergeant Raymond Williams said: ”Our thoughts remain with Fflur’s family and friends at this difficult time. She was clearly a much loved young woman and her family.”
”We are aware of two vehicles which passed the scene of the collision and I am keen for both drivers to contact us…we also continue to appeal to anybody who may have seen the vehicles travelling along the A487 prior to the collision to come forward to assist with our ongoing investigation.”
Anyone with information should contact the Western Roads Policing Unit in Llandygai on 101, quoting reference no. X097501.