Family pay tribute to woman who died in bus stop crash

Catriona Scott
Image caption Ms Scott's family said she had "a wicked sense of humour"

The family of Catriona Scott, who died after a car crashed into a bus shelter in Reading, has described her as "full of fun".

The 44-year-old was waiting in Briants Avenue, Caversham, with her nine-year-old son Myles when a Toyota Rav 4 hit the shelter on 28 February.

A 34-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has been released on bail.

Thames Valley Police is continuing to appeal for witnesses.

Ms Scott's brother David, who compiled the tribute, said: "To those who didn't know her, Catriona could seem quiet and reserved, but this is because she was a very private person.

"Her friends, though, remember her as full of fun and with a wicked sense of humour."

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