Sandra Greenacre: Norfolk PCSO a modern 'Marilyn Monroe'

Sandi Greenacre
Image caption Sandi Greenacre liked to "dance the night away", her family said

Tributes have been paid to the police community support officer (PCSO) who died in a crash in Norfolk.

Sandra Greenacre, 51, a married mother of four, has been described by her family as the "epitome of glamour" whose presence "captivated" others.

She died in a crash on the A149 at Sandringham about 06:40 GMT on Monday while on her way to work in Hunstanton.

Mrs Greenacre, known as Sandi, joined Norfolk Police in 2007. She was also a stepmother of two.

Deeply missed

A statement from her family said: "She knew how to entertain a crowd with her larger-than-life personality and quick-witted sense of humour and her presence often captivated all those around her.

"It would be true to say she was most definitely the life and soul of any party and loved nothing more than getting dolled up for a night out... there was certainly never a dull moment if you were lucky enough to be around her.

"Her friends and family will miss her deeply."

Mrs Greenacre was one of five people to have been killed in Norfolk road accidents in less than two days.

On Sunday, Joe and Rose Smith, aged 87 and 85, died following a collision on the A140 at Hevingham about 20:25 GMT.

On Saturday, two women were killed in a crash on the A47 at Hockering.

The mother and daughter, Billie Roberts and Antonia Huizar, aged 48 and 19, from Little Fransham, were travelling in a Ford Ka which was in collision with a Mercedes.

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