A young mother died in a car accident, and her four-year-old son was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Emma Louise Morris, 28, was killed in four car crashes on the A487 Felinheli bypass near Caernarfon on Monday (April 3rd). Three more people were seriously injured in the incident, including his four-year-old son. Emma was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident and her son was taken to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital with life-threatening injuries. Emma’s family released a statement today through North Wales Police for their “beautiful daughter”. Our beloved daughter, who is only 28 years old, had a long life to live.
“Emma Louise Morris was beautiful inside and out, and she will leave a huge void in our lives. We are very grateful for all the kind words we have received from our family and friends, but we ask that our privacy be respected at this difficult time and no further comments will be made to us.
We continue to monitor our grandson, whose condition is critical but stable, in the hospital. We pray for a speedy recovery.”
After the tragedy, friends organized a JustGiving fundraiser to help Emma’s father and her two children. In less than 24 hours, he had raised over £1,300 towards his £2,000 goal. The organizer wrote: “Emma was everyone’s best friend and her beautiful smile could brighten up any room. She was one in a million. Emma will be missed by all her family, friends, and everyone who knew her.”
Another seriously injured woman was flown to Stoke Hospital. Two more seriously injured people were taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor.
The police applied for the witnesses and vehicle camera footage of the incident between 18:30 and 19:00. Officers are particularly interested in preserving Audi’s imagery.