A fireman was called out to a fatal car accident and discovered his 18-year-old niece had tragically passed away.
After a Renault Clip went out of control and hit a wall, Nathan Williams was among the rescue team dispatched to the scene.
But upon arriving, he was stunned to find his mother-of-one niece Jordan Williams had been killed.
Her grandmother, 57-year-old Lesley Hallworth, said: “One of the first on scene was her uncle, who is a fireman.
“He didn’t recognise Jordan at the time and it took a good few minutes before he realised who it was.
“He immediately rang his brother Scott and they rushed to the scene. He was in major shock.”
Ms. Williams left behind her 19-month-old son Riley, who was at his grandparent’s care at the time of the incident.
“We got the call and it just floored us. We had Riley with us and it is very, very hard to deal with,” Ms. Hallworth added.
“He has no idea what has happened thank god. He is an angel and absolute dream to look after. That’s credit to Jordan who was a brilliant mum.”
The incident happened after 5am on October 19. A spokesperson for the South Yorkshire Police said: “The passenger of the Clio, an 18-year-old woman, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
“Her family are being supported by specially trained officers. The Clio was believed to have been travelling behind a white Citroen C1.
“Officers would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision, who may have seen the driving manner of either vehicle prior to the collision, or who may have any information that can help with our enquiries.”
Ms. Williams mother, 39-year-old Kat, said: “Jordan was stunning and she loved her little boy.”
Her stepdad, Scott, also said: “She really did love life and she really lived it.”
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.
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