February 6, 2019 10.59 am This story is over 31 months old

Family tribute after Scrivelsby crash victim named

She had an infectious laugh and smile

The family of a woman who died in a crash near Horncastle have released a tribute to a “bright, bubbly and selfless person with an infectious laugh and smile”.

As previously reported, Natalie Haywood, 20, died from serious injuries after a crash on the B1183 between Horncastle and Scrivelsby at around 5.50pm on Tuesday, January 22.

Police previously said she was driving an orange Vauxhall Corsa which collided with a tree before she was taken to Lincoln County Hospital where she died from her injuries.

Natalie Haywood was a “bright, bubbly and selfless person”. Photo: Lincolnshire Police

‘Infectious laugh and smile’

Natalie was a teaching assistant at Eresby Special School. She was studying at Bishop Grosseteste University for a BA (Hons) degree in professional’s studies (early childhood).

A statement issued by her family said: “Natalie was a bright, bubbly and selfless person with an infectious laugh and smile.

“She was a much loved daughter, sister and partner, and very well known by everyone. She will be sadly missed.”

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