Family pay tribute to women who died in M4 collision
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The two women who tragically lost their lives following a collision on the M4 on October 20 have been named as mother and daughter Cheryl Woods, 61, and Sarha Smith, 40, of Caerphilly.
Their family have paid the following moving tribute:
“Cheryl Woods, cherished by those in her life, fulfilled the roles of a loving mother, doting grandmother, cherished sister, and a dear friend. Her selflessness was a defining trait, consistently prioritising her family's well-being over her own, and she took immense pride in her Welsh heritage while nurturing a deep love for nature.
“Sarha Smith, in the footsteps of her mother, unselfishly devoted herself to her family's needs ahead of her own. She was not only a mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend, but her absence leaves a void for those who relied on her radiant presence. Her legacy lives on through her six daughters, who will forever hold her memory close and strive to honour her with their efforts.”
Their families have asked for privacy and our thoughts are with them during this difficult time.