The mother of a 23-year-old woman who was killed in a car crash in Chalfont St Peter has paid tribute to her daughter.

Simran Johal, known to her friends as Simi, was from Slough and died on October 10.

She was one of five people in a blue Volkswagen Golf which mounted a roundabout and rolled onto its roof at about 2.30am.

Detectives closed the A413 between A40 Oxford Road and The Greyhound Inn (Joiners Lane Roundabout) for more than 10 hours as they investigated the deadly smash.

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Simi’s mother, Anita, said: “Simi was my whole world and my everything.

“Even though you have been taken away from me too early, you will always be my Baby Gal.

“I am honoured and privileged to have had 23 years being your mother.

“My Simi had a heart of gold and was always happy to help anyone.

“She was so caring and funny and enriched the lives of her family and friends.

“The world will be a much sadder place without her unique wit and charm.

“Simi had started to pursue her dreams whilst still making time for her friends who she had great banter with.

“Simi worshipped her grandparents and would often help her grandad on many occasions.

“She was never scared of hard graft.

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“My Simi was well known and will be greatly missed by the many people whose lives she touched.

“I would like to thank my friends, family, and neighbours who have offered their kindness and support at this very difficult time.

“Simi, I will always love you until my last breath.

“Until we meet again.

“Mum. X”

Early reports indicate the car was being driven south on the A413 Amersham Road, before losing control at the roundabout junction with Kingsway.

Having mounted the roundabout and rolling the car, Simran was tragically pronounced dead at the scene after succumbing to her injuries.