Kent 'convoy' car crash victim named as Emma Willis

Emma Willis
Image caption Emma Willis was a Liverpool FC fan and was looking forward to seeing them play

A woman passenger who died after a car overturned in Kent has been named by police as 23-year-old Emma Willis.

Ms Willis was in a Vauxhall Corsa found upside down in a field beside Sandwich Road, Waldershare in the early hours of Saturday.

Police believe the Corsa, which had four people inside, was in convoy with two other vehicles.

Three men and a woman have been arrested in connection with the crash.

A 21-year-old passenger was taken to King's College Hospital in south London, where his condition remains critical but stable.

Ms Willis's family said she had been looking forward to watching Liverpool FC play.

"As she said, it will be the only time that they will be at the top of the league," they said in a statement.

"We will always miss her and love her forever."

Det Sgt Scott Lynch said: "I ask anyone who witnessed the actual collision or the manner in which the cars were being driven in the Elvington or Whitfield areas to contact the serious collision investigation unit."

The four people arrested, all from the Dover area, have been released on police bail while the police investigation continues.

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