This is the first picture of a young woman killed in a horror crash when a car mounted a roundabout and flipped over onto its roof.
Simran Kaur, 23, died at the scene despite efforts to save her, and three other people were taken to hospital with injuries.
Miss Kaur was one of five people in a blue Volkswagen Golf that overturned at a roundabout on the A413 Amersham Road in Chalfont Saint Peter, Buckinghamshire, at about 2.30am on Saturday.
Heartbroken friends have paid tribute to the Slough woman, describing her as “beautiful” and “amazing”, and telling how she had a “heart of gold” and wanted to work with children.
College friend Zoe Potter told Mirror Online: “She was a lovely lady. She was very happy and bubbly.
“She always loved to help others and had an amazing heart of gold.”
The pair met about five years ago while studying childcare at the former East Berkshire College in Langley.
Miss Potter said: “Simran had her whole life ahead of her. She wanted to work with children.
“Her mum is probably dying inside.”
Miss Kaur was also known as Sim and Simmy to her friends.
Friends have offered condolences to her mum Anita, writing on Facebook : “Deeply very sorry to hear the sad loss, Anita. Can’t believe it, 23-years-old.
“Sending my love prayers and thoughts may God rest Simmi’s soul in peace.
“Reality has not kicked in, don’t think it ever will.
“Still see her dancing. Beautiful memories.. She’s left us all too early.”
Another friend wrote: “Absolutely heartbreaking. . You was an amazing friend.
“Your smile and laugh was contagious. Going to miss you. Fly high angel.”
Thames Valley Police continue to investigate the fatal crash and have appealed for witnesses.
A spokesperson said: “The collision occurred at approximately 2.30am on Saturday when a blue Volkswagen Golf, being driven south on the A413 Amersham Road, lost control at the roundabout junction with Kingsway.
“The car mounted the roundabout and then rolled onto its roof.
“One of the five occupants in the vehicle, a 23-year-old woman from Slough, sadly died at the scene of her injuries.
“Three other occupants were taken to hospital with another person suffering minor injuries not requiring hospital treatment.
“One of the injured people remains in St Mary’s Hospital in London with serious injuries, while the other two have since been discharged.”
PC Simon Nelson, of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, based at Three Mile Cross, added: “We are investigating this tragic incident which has resulted in the death of a 23-year-old woman.
“I am urging anybody who witnessed the collision, or who believes that they saw the VW Golf prior to the incident, to please make contact with police.
“I would also ask any drivers with dash-cams to please review their footage in case it has captured anything relevant.
“You can call us on the 24-hour non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 43200319014, or make a report online.
“Alternatively, for 100% anonymity, you can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
“The next of kin of the woman who has died have been informed and are being supported by officers at this time, although as yet, formal identification has not taken place.
“Our thoughts are with the woman’s family at this very difficult time.”