Family tribute to Cumbria death crash woman

Margaret Angus
Image caption Margaret Angus "loved to help people"

The family of a 75-year-old woman who died four days after a crash in Cumbria has paid tribute to her saying she would "do anything for anyone".

Margaret Angus, from Cargo, was injured when her Fiat Cinquecento collided with a Peugeot 306 on the outskirts of Carlisle on Friday.

She was taken to Cumberland Infirmary but died on Tuesday.

Her niece said she was "the kindest person" who had been out shopping for aa neighbour when the crash happened.

Speaking on behalf of the family, Sharon Sharp added: "Margaret was a very private person who just got on with things and never complained about anything.

"She didn't like a lot of fuss but she loved to help people and made a lot of friends throughout her life, especially in Cargo, where so many people loved and cared for her.

"We, along with her friends, neighbours and anyone who knew her will miss her dearly."

Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses to the collision, on the road between Kingstown and Cargo at Crindledyke, at about 0925 BST on 6 May.

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