Bristol river crash death: Tributes paid to Namara Whisker

Gary Jordan and Namara Whisker Ms Whisker's father Gary Jordan said he misses her so much

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More than 800 people have joined a Facebook group in memory of a woman who died after a car went off a bridge in Bristol.

Namara Whisker, 22, from Easton, was killed in the crash which happened on Saturday morning.

Ms Whisker, who was the front seat passenger in the car, worked in Cabot Circus, and had recently had a baby.

Her father Gary Jordan said: "She has left a big gap in all of our lives. I miss her so much."

Flowers have also been left at the scene of the accident on St Phillips Bridge near Bristol's Harbourside.

One friend wrote on Facebook: "Girl you were so fun to be around, a joker and full of life!"

Flowers on St Phillips Bridge Flowers have been left at the scene of the crash on St Phillips Bridge

Another described Ms Whisker as "a stunning girl" and wrote "RIP sweet angel".

Shennie Jaffer, 33, appeared at Bristol Magistrates' Court on Monday charged with causing death by dangerous driving.

He also faces charges of drink-driving, driving without insurance and driving a motor vehicle without a licence.

Mr Jaffer was remanded in custody ahead of a November crown court appearance.

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