M5 'wrong way' crash: Victim a 'loving mother' of five

Zoe Aspland Zoe Aspland, 30, of Yeovil, was a mother of five children

A 30-year-old woman who died when her car was hit driving the wrong way along the M5 was a "loving mother" of five children, her parents have said.

Zoe Aspland, of Yeovil, was driving on the southbound carriageway from Weston-super-Mare when her car was hit by at least four other vehicles.

Her parents, Stephen and Karen Aspland, said she would be sorely missed.

The family and police are appealing for witnesses to the crash which happened at 00:30 BST on Saturday.

Mr and Mrs Aspland, said: "Zoe, aged 30, was a loving mother to her five children and will be sorely missed by her brother Lee and sisters Alice and Laura."

The statement said they were grieving "for the loss of Zoe and we would ask any witnesses to the incident to come forward".

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