* The scene in Castle Street last Thursday following the tragic incident.
The family of Margaret Jones, the lady who died as a result of being involved in a collision with a car in Castle Street last week, has put out a message of thanks on Facebook to all those who rallied round to help her following the tragic incident.
In a post this afternoon (Monday) in the name of all the family her son David Jones says:
“We want to offer our very sincere thanks to everyone who helped and provided comfort to Mum, following the tragic events on Castle Street last Thursday.
“We know that passers by, people from nearby shops and others tried to do what they could, and we are eternally grateful to all of you.
“We have tried to personally thank as many people in Llangollen these last few days, but inevitably we will not have seen everyone, hence this FB post.
“We also owe a huge debt of gratitude to all of the emergency services who tried tirelessly, and managed to stabilise Mum before she was airlifted. Very sadly, shortly after reaching hospital, Mum was not able to continue her fight to survive.
“We have also received so many wonderful cards and messages of sympathy and support, which mean such a great deal to us at this very sad time, thank you all so much. And the Sunday morning service and prayers at St Collen’s which was dedicated to Mum was both moving and very emotional.
“Mum was a resident of Llangollen for nearly 70 years and so will be well known to many of you. A mother of four, with six grand-daughters and 3 great grandsons, Mum was dearly loved and a shining light to us all. We will all miss her so much ...
“We all sincerely hope that something positive will come from this tragic event, to make Castle Street a much safer place for pedestrians.”