Birmingham crash: Heartbreaking tributes paid to couple named as final victims of horrific multi-car smash
Heartbreaking tributes have been paid to a couple named as the final victims of a horrific multi-car crash in Birmingham.
Lucy Davis, 43, and her boyfriend Lee Jenkins, 42, were killed when an Audi S3 smashed into a taxi they were travelling in near the city centre in the early hours of Sunday.
Ms Davis, a sign language interpreter, and Mr Jenkins, a scientist at University Hospital Birmingham, were on their way home after having dinner with friends.
Their family spoke of the "unbearable pain" they had endured over the deaths.
Their driver Imtiaz Mohammed, 33, a father-of-six, was also killed along with three occupants of the Audi.
The devastated sister of Ms Davis, Alison Worth, confirmed she died in a post on Facebook.
She wrote: "As some of you already know it was my beautiful kind lovely sister Lucy who died in the taxi on Saturday night when she and her boyfriend Lee had ended a lovely day and evening out with friends.
“Life is cruel. The pain we are enduring is almost unbearable.
“Please people always be kind, as you just never know what will happen next.
“They were in a taxi as they wouldn't think of driving.
“They were wearing seatbelts as Lulu wouldn't get in a car if the seatbelts didn't work.
“They were happy. They were great together and had so many plans.
“You will always be in my heart and my thoughts. I miss you so much.”
Mr Mohammed, described by grieving relatives as a "happy, loving and friendly guy", was on his last job before heading home to his wife and family, according to his brother.
Kasar Jehangir, 25, who is understood to have been driving the Audi, Mohammed Fahsa, 30, and Tauqeer Hussain, 26, also died, while a fourth man, 22, who was in a car was seriously injured.
It is understood Mr Jehangir, Mr Fasha and Mr Hussain were thrown from the Audi in the pile-up.
According to reports, Mr Jehangir was a drug dealer who was jailed in November 2016 after he was involved in a 130mph police chase.
Heroin was thrown from the vehicle as it was pursued along the M6 near Walsall in the early hours of July 18, 2015.
Mr Jehangir later pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and possession with intent to supply.