Victim involved in RTC has died in hospital

A PEDESTRIAN involved in a road traffic collision on Albany Road, Roath, Cardiff, has died in hospital.
In a statement, the family of 80-year-old Pamela Griffiths, known as Pam, described her as “a caring soul with a huge zest for life”.

The South Wales Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit is continuing its investigation into the collision that occurred at 11.18am on Friday, December 22 at the junction of Albany Road and Angus Street, Cardiff, and are appealing for information.

Following the collision with a silver Ford Ranger, Pam was conveyed to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, where she died on Sunday, December 24.
Her family, who are being supported by specially trained officers, has released the following tribute:

“Pam was an active, independent, outgoing 80-year-old, a caring soul with a huge zest for life. She was always out walking every day and a regular to Albany Road shops, the area where she lived most of her life. She loved nothing more than spending quality time with her daughter Amanda, son in-law Carl, three Grandchildren, Daniel, Chloe and Chelsea and three Great Grandchildren Cameron, Ruben and Mila.

“She enjoyed going out with her friends for lunch on a weekly basis and just shopping with them or us in general.
“She attended St Michael’s Church every Sunday where she made many more friends and loved joining in with activities and helping with events.

“She had the kindest nature, always seeing the good in everything, making time for everyone and putting them first, ensuring that all around her in her company were happy, nothing was ever to much trouble, if she felt she could help anyone in any way she would.

“She has always been described as a beautiful friend with a heart of gold, she was loved by so many and was definitely one of life’s treasures.
“A light has gone out in our lives and a hole left so big that can never be filled, we as a family are heartbroken beyond measure.”

South Wales Police would like to speak to any person who witnessed the collision, stopped to help or anyone travelling in the area at the time who may have footage of the collision or witnessed the manner of the driving at the time of the collision.

Please contact South Wales Police by one of the following means quoting 2300433997.

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