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Parents pay tribute to daughter who died in car crash in Apperley Bridge

The parents of a Bradford woman who died in a collision have paid tribute to their daughter after the man responsible for causing her death was jailed.

The parents of a Bradford woman who died in a collision have paid tribute to their daughter after the man responsible for causing her death was jailed.

Isma Nawaz, who was 38, died following a collision in Apperley Bridge on 23 June 2020.

Isma Nawaz was 38 was on her way home from work when the fatal collision occurred.

Yesterday, Thursday 13 January, Mohammed Abbas, aged 27, of Richmond Road in Huddersfield was jailed for three years and banned from driving for five and a half years, after he pleaded guilty at Bradford Crown Court to causing Isma’s death by dangerous driving.

Today, Isma’s family have issued a statement in tribute to their daughter:”Isma Nawaz, our beloved daughter, was hardworking and dedicated to family and friends. The loss we face is unmeasurable and those who knew Isma are aware of her maturity and love for people and her generosity towards her brother, sisters and nephew and nieces.

“Our daughter leaves behind two beautiful daughters who are cared for by us, it is a daily heartache to see the absence of their mother. It has turned their life apart. They say that time is a healer, and we are managing the welfare of the children alongside their father and the eldest daughter’s family.

“We thank the West Yorkshire Police and in particular the liaison officer PC Martin Willis, for his dedicated support and outstanding sympathetic approach throughout this case.

Mohammed Abbas was jailed for three years and banned from driving for five and a half years.

“We also wish to thank the Burley & Wharfedale community for helping and supporting the family. The loss of life in such a way is always difficult to come to terms with, we do not wish this upon any family.

“Isma left for work on 23 June 2020 on the same route she had travelled on for five years, and due to the fatal collision she never returned. A humble request to all, please remember our beloved daughter in your special prayers.”

Speaking after Abbas had been sentenced, Detective Sergeant Paul Lightowler, of the Major Collision Enquiry Team, who led the investigation into the crash, said: “This case should serve as a reminder to all about the devastating consequences of driving dangerously on our roads.

“No sentence can ever compensate for the grief and upset experienced by family and friends at the sudden, needless and tragic loss of Mrs Nawaz and our sympathies remain with them at this sad time.”

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