Family pays tribute to 'lively soul' Holly Foster
- Credit: Beds police
The family of Holly Foster have paid tribute to her, remembering her as a "vivacious, vibrant and a lively soul," following her death on Friday (May 28).
Holly Foster, of Queen Street Hitchin, was a pedestrian on the northbound carriageway of the A1 between 9.45pm and 10pm, when she was involved in a collision with a number of vehicles just past Junction 10, near Baldock.
Emergency services attended but sadly, the 33-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene.
In a statement, Holly’s mother said: “Due to tragic circumstances, our beautiful, loving, kind daughter has been taken from us far too soon.
"Holly was vivacious, vibrant and a lively soul wherever she went. She was a loving sister with a great sense of humour.
"A huge hole has been left in our lives and can never be filled. She will forever be my girl and I will miss her for the rest of my life."
Det Sgt James Thorne, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit, said: “First and foremost, our thoughts are with Ms Foster’s family at this tragic time.
“We are continuing to investigate the circumstances around this collision and would urge anyone who witnessed it, or saw a pedestrian on the A1 before the incident or has any dashcam footage to get it touch with us to help us establish what happened.”
Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and anyone with any information can visit the Bedfordshire Police online reporting centre, or call 101 quoting Operation Firbeck.
- 1 Missing Letchworth woman found safe and well
- 2 Stevenage appoint former MK Dons boss Paul Tisdale as their new manager
- 3 Walk-in and booster vaccine slots available this week
- 4 High winds stop Stevenage Christmas lights switch-on event
- 5 BID releases official statement after cancelling Christmas lights switch-on
- 6 New manager Paul Tisdale optimistic about his journey of discovery at Stevenage
- 7 All under 40s to be offered Covid booster jab
- 8 Villagers left waiting over an hour in cold for Arriva buses demand better service
- 9 Hertfordshire zoo Paradise Wildlife Park to temporarily close to the public in January
- 10 Hitchin named as happiest place to live in the East of England