Car passenger dies six days after Plumpton A6 crash

image source, Cumbria Police
image captionMrs Miller's family said she was a "quiet and genuine person "

A woman has died almost a week after being involved in a crash on the A6.

Ann Miller was the front seat passenger in a VW Golf when it collided with a van in the Plumpton Foot area near Penrith, on 9 August.

The 74-year-old from the Penrith area was airlifted to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary and died on Tuesday, police confirmed.

The driver of the van, a white Mercedes, was unhurt and the car driver suffered minor injuries.

Cumbria Police still want to hear from witnesses.

Mrs Miller's family said in a statement: "Ann was a very quiet and respectful, genuine person. She loved to look after her family and was a good cook."

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