South East Wales

St Mellons crash victim 'touched so many lives'

Ceri Ann Sullivan Image copyright South Wales Police
Image caption Ceri Ann Sullivan leaves a two-year-old daughter

The family of a 21-year-old mother who died after a two-vehicle crash at St Mellons in Cardiff, say she "touched the lives of so many".

Ceri Ann Sullivan, 21, from Cyncoed, Cardiff, died following the crash at about 06:30 BST on Saturday.

Her family said: "She loved her job as a carer and was exceptionally kind-hearted and generous to everyone she looked after."

Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision.

A black Renault Clio heading towards St Mellons and a blue Ford Mondeo travelling towards Marshfield were involved in the collision on the A48.

Ms Sullivan leaves a two-year-old daughter.

Paying tribute in a statement issued via South Wales Police, her family said: "Ceri was a much loved daughter of David and Kim and loved sister and a devoted mother.

"She will be greatly missed by them and all of the rest of her family.

They added that she had "lived her life with an enthusiasm that was truly infectious" and would be "sorely missed by so many who knew and loved her".

Anyone who saw the way the cars were driving leading up to the crash is asked to contact South Wales Police on 101 or the Crimestoppers number 0800 555111.

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