Family tribute to Bolton car crash mother
Tributes have been paid a mother who died in a crash in Bolton while driving her seven-year-old daughter.
Alison Swift, 32, suffered head injuries in a collision between her car and and another vehicle on Hall Lane, Farnworth, on Friday.
The mother-of-three was described by her mother as "the daughter I always wanted".
A man, 20, has been arrested by police on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Mrs Swift's Renault Scenic car left the road and hit a tree after the collision with a Rover 200, and she was pronounced dead in hospital a short time later.
Emily was treated for minor injuries.
In a statement the family, from Chancery Close, Astley, said: "Alison was a devoted wife and mother to Michael and their three beautiful children, Adam, eight, Emily, seven, and Josh, five.
"She was a much loved daughter-in-law and sister-in-law. She will be deeply missed and remembered with much affection by all who knew her.''
Mrs Swift's mother Eileen said: "My daughter Alison was a very special person. She was the daughter I always wanted.
"Her Dad and I were very privileged to be her parents. She was loved by many and was a true friend to all.'
The arrested man has been bailed until 27 April.
Police have appealed for witnesses and want to trace the rider of a scooter with a learner plate who was travelling along Hall Road in the direction of Farnworth around the time of the collision.