Tributes have been paid to a woman who died after being knocked down by a car in Leeds.
Police yesterday confirmed that a 43-year-old woman had been fatally injured during a collision on the Leeds outer ring road in Moortown on Saturday morning.
She was taken to Leeds General Infirmary for emergency treatment but was pronounced dead later that day.
She has not yet been named by police, but dozens of tributes have been posted online.
A number refer to her as being a mother to three young children.
Gemma Smith said: "This was one of my sister' s best friends. She leaves behind three young boys. Absolutely devastating."
Lisa Willey said: "Such a lovely lady. Taken too soon from her family."
Johanne Harrison said: "A truly lovely lady who will be sadly missed by all. My thoughts and prayers are with all her family at this very difficult time."
Rebecca J Kinsey said: "A mother with three young children? I cannot begin to imagine the pain. I was stuck in traffic here that day I knew it was serious. My thoughts are with her and her family."
Steve Tout said: "Got stuck in the traffic, but knew it must have been serious for the road to be closed and for so long. RIP and condolences to her family."
Katy Hudson said: "The family are friends of my sister-in-law, my brother and their two children; I didn't really know the family personally, but it was awful to hear the very sad news. Rip."
Paul Haley said: "My heart goes out to all her family members. What a very sad loss."
Jon Cockcroft said: "A terrible loss of life. My thoughts are with her family."
Leigh Lamyman said: "Very sad. Thoughts to her family and friends. 43 is no age."