Tributes paid to Amy Hobson who died in Salford crash

Amy Hobson
Image caption Amy Hobson was a mother to a three-year-old boy

A woman who died after three cars crashed in Salford was the "most loving, caring and happiest daughter anyone could ever have".

Amy Hobson, 22, died in hospital after the collision with two Audi cars in East Lancashire Road on Sunday.

The mother-of-one was a passenger in a Vauxhall Corsa driven by Aaron Jones, 19, who died at the scene.

Her parents Janet Hobson and Karl Riley added their daughter was "never seen without a smile on her face."

"We sit there waiting for that one text or phone call to ask us if we will go and pick her up.

"Amy was a wonderful mummy to her three-year-old son, never seen without a smile on her face no matter how she was feeling," a statement from Ms Hobson's family said.

Her brother Nathan added: "I'm constantly thinking about my gorgeous sister Amy. It will never be the same without her."

Two men, aged 27 and 25, have been charged with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.

They are due to appear at Manchester Crown Court on 8 July.

Image caption East Lancashire Road between Lancaster Road and Worsley Road was closed

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