A WOMAN who was killed in a car accident on Thursday last week has been named as Emily Clements, from Goring
A WOMAN who was killed in a car accident on Thursday last week has been named as Emily Clements, from Goring.
The 20-year-old former Henley College student was in a Nissan Micra that collided with a Land Rover Discovery on the A4074 at Cane End at 8am.
Miss Clements was airlifted to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford where she was pronounced dead.
A mother and her teenage son, who were in the Discovery, were treated for minor injuries at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.
The road was closed for several hours while emergency services investigated.
An inquest into Miss Clements? death was opened on Tuesday and adjourned.
Friends have posted tributes on social media.
Ed Waldron wrote on Twitter: ?Rest in peace Emily Clements, thoughts go out to family and close friends. Such a tragic loss taken too soon #RIP.
Albert Fields wrote on Facebook: ?Dearest Beautiful Exquisite Emily, you will always be a part of our life at AF. Always missed and always loved. Our thoughts are with your family and friends. Rest peacefully, your girls at Albert Fields xxx.?