Mum, 23, killed in crash as parents pay heartbreaking tribute to 'bubbly' daughter whose 'smile lit up a room'

A MUM killed in a car crash was a “bubbly daughter whose smile lit up a room” say her parents in a heartbreaking tribute.

Rebecca Sivyer, 23, was a passenger in a Vauxhall Corsa when it was involved in a collision on Sunday.

The driver, 29, who suffered serious injuries, was taken to Ninewells Hospital on the outskirts of Dundee, reported the Evening Telegraph.

The eastbound blue Vauxhall Corsa collided on the A94 Coupar Angus to Forfar road, near Ardler at about 5.15pm on Sunday.

Mum-of-one Rebecca had an eight-year-old daughter.

Her mother, Wendy Ghekis, said: “Rebecca was a very much loved daughter, sister and mum.

“She was bubbly, confident and always happy.

“She had a smile that lit up the room. She is going to be very sadly missed by all of us.”

Wendy added: “We would like to ask for privacy at this very difficult time.

“We need to be allowed to grieve.”

The grandma also said that her family's thoughts were with the hospitalised driver, and his family.

Rebecca was a very much loved daughter, sister and mum.

The Daily Record reported that further tributes were paid by pals who described Rebecca as "an amazing friend" and a "lovely girl" who was "always smiling".

The collision occurred near Viewbank Farm, between Coupar Angus and Meigle.

Sergeant Ewan Pearce, of Tayside’s road policing unit, said: “Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the deceased at this time.

"We are conducting extensive inquiries into the circumstances of this incident and are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.”

Police Scotland said cops want to hear from witnesses.

Anyone with information or dashcam footage can contact the police on 101.

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