The woman who gave birth to a pregnant business woman who died in a crash is an ‘unbelievable’ woman
The woman, who gave up her job as a waitress at the McDonalds restaurant and then died in the crash, was “unbelieveable”, a court heard.
She had only recently returned to work after losing her job at the restaurant when she collapsed on the job, it was said.
“It was a very, very bad accident and that woman was an unbelievable woman,” barrister Andrew Smith said.
He asked jurors at the Old Bailey to consider the woman’s family and friends.
Mr Smith, representing the woman, told the jury that he had had a “tough” relationship with the woman.
“I’ve had very few words of praise, very few comments,” he said.
In the early hours of Monday, the 41-year-old woman collapsed in the parking lot of a McDonalds and collapsed, the court heard, after she lost consciousness and collapsed in a parking lot outside the restaurant.
The court heard she was rushed to the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAS) where she died from her injuries.
“She was a lovely, kind woman,” Ms Smith told the court.
“Her life was not only full of joy but also with great suffering.”
I’m so sad that I have to say goodbye to her.”‘
She loved her kids’ The court was told that the woman had a career as a cook and had a family of four children.
The judge told jurors: “You have a difficult time understanding that the only person that she really loved was her children.
“You can’t understand what that means to her because she loved her children.” “
The trial continues.”
You can’t understand what that means to her because she loved her children.”
The trial continues.