An investigation is still ongoing into the death of a woman who was killed in a crash in Chalfont St Peter.

Simran Kaur Johal, 23, from Slough, was one of five people in a blue Volkswagen Golf which mounted a roundabout and rolled onto its roof at around 2.30am on October 10 last year on A413 Amersham Road.

Detectives closed the road between A40 Oxford Road and The Greyhound Inn at Joiners Lane roundabout for more than 10 hours as they investigated the deadly smash.

Ms Johal was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

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At a pre inquest review into her death in Beaconsfield Coroner’s Court, Crispin Butler, senior coroner for Buckinghamshire, said the case was still subject to an ongoing investigation.

He added: “I am not aware of any homicide charges [in connection with the case].”

Another pre inquest review is expected to take place on June 9, 2021, at 12.45pm.

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Ms Johal’s heartbroken friends took to social media to express their devastation over the death of a “happy and bubbly young woman who loved to dance”.

It is understood she studied childcare at Langley College.