Tributes paid to ‘lovely lady’ Jean Hardy who died days after being seriously hurt in Doxford crash
Echo readers have paid tribute to Jean Hardy who sadly died after being left seriously hurt following a crash in Sunderland.
Jean Hardy, 71, was left fighting for her life in a critical condition in hospital following the incident, which happened in Doxford Park Way in Sunderland on Tuesday, February 4.
Sadly, days later, a Northumbria Police spokesperson confirmed that she had died and specially trained officers are currently supporting Jean’s family.
These are the heartfelt messages you shared to Jean and her loved ones.
Michelle Barraclough said: “Tragic news, RIP lovely lady. You will be missed and fondly remembered.”
Carol Gash commented: “So sad. Thoughts are with the family.”
Julie Turner added: “RIP Jean - thinking of all the family.”
Suzanne Mcginley said: “So sad to hear this. Thoughts are with all the family at this time.”
Margaret Thompson added: “RIP Jean. You will be missed very much by all your friends and family.”
Mohammad Al Hariri said: “Sad and tragic news. Thoughts and condolences to her family.”
Lisa Knight commented: “Such a lovely lady. Sending love to the family.”
Claire Bennett said: “Rest in Peace. My sincere condolences thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends at this very sad time.”
Carol Dugan commented: “God bless to your family.”
Dorothy Jackson added: “So Sad. Thinking of all her family.”
Carol Hanratty Wood said: “RIP thoughts are with her family. Bless her.”
Ann Iley added: “So sad. Jean was a lovely lady. Thoughts are with her family. Rip Jean.”
Tracy Dunn said: “So very sad. Thoughts are with family and friends at this very sad time.”
SaZza Hendo commented: “Such a shame R.I.P.”
Inquiries into the incident are ongoing and police officers are continuing their appeal for any witnesses to come forward to help them with the investigation. The officers are keen to speak to any motorists who were driving in the area at the time or those who may have dash cam footage.
Anyone with information or who saw what happened is asked to call police on 101 quoting reference 820 040220.