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For the first time, a “BEAUTIFUL” woman was photographed who was killed in a horror accident with a truck on the M6 as broken-hearted friends show their respect.
Beth Malpass, 27, was driving her red MG MG3 when she was involved in a collision with a white DAF Trucks heavy truck around 1am. from Saturday.
A woman driver who tragically died in a collision on the #M6 J11A in the early hours of Saturday (23 January) can now be named.
Beth Malpass, aged 27, from the Dudley area, was driving her red MG MG3 when it was involved in a collision with a white DAF Trucks HGV at about 1am pic.twitter.com/cGJfFJkEzA
— West Midlands Alerts (@WestMidsAlerts) January 25, 2021
Ambulance services stormed south on the causeway between Wolverhampton and Cannock, Staffs, but Beth was sadly pronounced dead on the spot.
Technical officers assist relatives of the bereaved victim, who today posted a photo of Beth who lived in Dudley, West Mids.
A devastated friend paid tribute today, writing, “It was an honor to meet you, Beth.
“You were undoubtedly one of the nicest people she ever met.
“Sleep well, my angel, my thoughts are with your family right now.”
A Staffordshire Police spokesperson said: “Witnesses who may have seen the vehicles prior to the collision, or anyone with pertinent images from the dash cam, can contact the Staffordshire and West Midlands Collision Investigation Unit by contacting the Staffordshire Police. Facebook or Twitter and mentions an accident number 33 from January 23, or by calling 101. ”
The highway was closed to the south for approximately five hours between Exit 12 and Exit 11 following the accident near Exit 11a.
The road did not fully reopen until around 9:30 am.