Family pay tribute to woman from Gosport who died in crash

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THE family of a Gosport woman who died in a car crash have paid tribute to their ‘princess.’

Sabrina Bellman, 26, was described as a ‘loving person’ by her family after she died on Boxing Day, in Bodmin.

In a statement released by the Devon and Cornwall Police, they said: ‘Sabrina was the most loving, forgiving person we ever knew.

‘It is a tragedy that has affected so many lives.

‘We miss you already princess.’

A number of people were hospitalised following the serious incident on the B3266 at Washaway, Bodmin.

Sabrina was the most loving, forgiving person we ever knew.

Family of Sabrina Bellman

Police were called around 7.15pm following the collision between a Mini Cooper and a Seat Ibiza.

The driver of the Bodmin-bound Mini, a 29-year-old local man was taken to Treliske Hospital with serious injuries.

The four occupants of the Seat Ibiza were taken to Derriford Hospital with serious injuries but Ms Bellman died on route.