A woman who died when she was hit by a car while walking her dog in Croxley Green has been described as “full of joy and laughter”.

Cheryl Edwards, 62, from Croxley Green, died at the scene of the collision involving a black Volkswagen Golf, the pedestrian and her pet dog on Thursday, September 28 on Sarratt Road.

She died alongside her “beloved” dog, Freddie.

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Her family have now paid an emotional tribute to her.

Cheryl’s family said: “Cheryl was an amazingly caring, loving and adventurous mother, nanny and friend.

"Full of joy and laughter, Cheryl is loved and will be missed but never forgotten in the hearts of those she touched throughout her life.”

Officers from Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Road Policing Unit are continuing to investigate the crash.

They are asking anyone who saw the collision or has any information to contact the police.

You can contact Sergeant Alex Ward at alex.ward@herts.police.uk quoting ISR 719 of 28 September.

You can also call the non-emergency number, 101, to speak to an officer or contact the police via the website to report information.