Hamida Ali named as Derbyshire car crash victim

A woman killed in a crash involving three cars in Derbyshire has been named by police.

Hamida Ali, 49, was a passenger in a red Toyota Corolla when it crashed on the A52, at Brailsford, on Saturday afternoon.

Police said there were six other casualties, including the male driver of the Toyota, who sustained "serious leg injuries".

The other vehicles involved were a Mini Cooper and a Land Rover Freelander.

The force has asked for witnesses to the crash which happened at 12:55 BST near the junction with Derby Lane, between Brailsford and Ashbourne.

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