Tributes paid to ‘kind, sweet’ young business owner killed in horror crash

Tributes have been paid to a young business owner who was killed in an early morning crash while driving her BMW. Daisy Jean Huggle died when the car she was driving collided with a white truck on the A45, between Stanwick and Raunds, on Friday morning. Her BMW crashed with the truck at 1.15am on Friday, March 18.

She was pronounced dead shortly after. The 20-year-old from Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, has been described as a “star that will never be forgotten,” The Sun Online reported. The young woman had recently graduated from university and had set up her own business.

Her family said she was living “her short life to the fullest”.

Daisy has been described as a ‘star that will never be forgotten’ (Northamptonshire Police / SWNS)

In a tribute, they said she was a “beloved daughter, big sister, granddaughter, niece and friend to many”. “In her short life, she left a remarkable stamp on this world.” “Having graduated from the Fashion Retail Academy in London with a BA (Honours) Marketing & Communications for Fashion, she spent the last year setting up her own graphic design and print business specialising in designs for people in the beauty industry.”

Her family said that Daisy had clients “all over the world”. They added she had been happiest when she was at home with her family or out with her friends – making memories and lasting impressions everywhere she went, and on everyone, she met. A friend of Daisy’s also posted a tribute to Facebook, noting that it was “not a post [she] thought [she] would be making, especially at the age of 22 and one of my best friends at the age of 20.

“But Daisy Jean Huddle, I miss you so so much and I can’t believe your really gone (sic). “It still doesn’t feel real, you have the most beautiful soul inside and out and you are the kindest, sweetest girl I have ever met, there was not a bad bone in your body.” The friend carried on to say she was “so so sorry” that Daisy’s time was up and that she had been taken from the world so young.

“You did not deserve this,” the friend continued. “You were the life of the party and full of life, heaven has gained another Angel.” The pal promised to “never forget” Daisy and to “always love” her.

An investigation into the collision continues.

Anyone with information who is yet to speak to officers is asked to call the Northamptonshire Police Drivewatch Hotline on 0800 174615, quoting incident number 27 of 18/03/22.

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