The family of a woman who was tragically killed in a collision in Newport Pagnell say her loss will leave a hole in their lives that can 'never be filled'.
Ann Waters, 64, was killed while walking along Westbury Lane in Newport Pagnell when the horror collision occurred just after 8pm on Friday evening (April 6).
She had been walking with her daughter and her dog, who were uninjured in the smash.
Now Ann's family have released a statement through Thames Valley Police paying tribute.
It read: “No words can ever express the sorrow and heartbreak we feel as we try to come to terms with the untimely and tragic loss of Ann Waters, our beautiful, selfless mother, wife, sister, auntie and great-auntie.
“She was kind, had the biggest heart, and always put everyone else before herself.
“A tragic loss to our family and the many friends whose lives she touched, she leaves a hole that can never, ever be filled.
“Forever beautiful, forever in our hearts, forever loved.”
The tribute went on to thank those who came to Ann's aid at the scene of the incident, and requested privacy for the family as they grieve.
The driver of a Vauxhall was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving while over the prescribed alcohol limit. He has been released under investigation.
Police are appealing for witnesses, particularly any drivers with dashcam footage, to contact them on 101, quoting reference number 1443 (6/4).