Family remembers devoted mum-of-four, 33, from Hadleigh following death in four-vehicle collision on A1071 at Hintlesham
A devoted mother-of-four from Hadleigh, who died in a serious multi-vehicle collision last month, has been remembered by her family as "a strong and beautiful woman and role model for her children and siblings."
The collision between a Honda motorcycle, a Ford S Max, Ford Mondeo and Mini Cooper occurred on the A1071 between Hadleigh and Hintlesham on Monday, March 29.
Emergency services were called out to the scene, shortly after 5.35pm, with land and air ambulance crews in attendance, but the motorcyclist – a woman in her 30s – was pronounced dead a short time later.
She was named by police as 33-year-old Daniella Milburn, pending formal identification by the coroner at inquest proceedings.
Mrs Millburn, who was raised in Haughley by her father Robert and grandmother Betty, is survived by husband Dale and children Teigan, Mayson, Lacie and Leighla.
A tribute issued by her family on Thursday described her as "an ever caring and loving mother, sister, aunt and wife".
"She was a headstrong and devoted mother, always thinking of her children and putting them first whilst supporting her husband and his career," the family statement reads
"They were completely driven to making each other happy and to creating a great life for their children.
"Rarely getting one and not the other, the love and happiness they shared for each other is unmeasurable and they had big dreams for themselves and their children’s future.
"She was incredibly focused, hard-working, and she was extremely passionate about her friends and family. Words cannot describe the loss we all feel.
"Her family are incredibly proud of all she had accomplished in her life. She had such a caring, loving nature and became such a strong and beautiful woman and role model for her children and siblings. She will be missed by all."
Suffolk Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision, or who saw the manner of driving of the vehicles beforehand, to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101, quoting reference CAD 288 of March 29, 2021.