Maisie Duncan was killed during the snowy weather

Grieving mother pays tribute to ‘perfect’ daughter, 7, who was killed in the snow

Maisie Duncan was killed during the snowy weatherSWNS / PLYMOUTH HERALD

Maisie Duncan was killed during the snowy weather that hit the UK

Grieving Abbi Peat said Maisie Duncan’s death had left her twin brother Charlie “lonely and lost”.

Maisie was killed near her home in Looe, Cornwall, when a Nissan slid out of control and hit her after colliding with a house.

Dozens of well-wishers have left flowers and cards near the site of the crash and almost £12,000 has been raised in her memory.

Miss Peat, 24, said yesterday: “Our little Maisie was the most beautiful, caring, kind, smart, perfect little thing and she will never ever be forgotten.”

A car crashed and then skidded into MaisieSWNS / PLYMOUTH HERALD

A car crashed and then skidded into Maisie

I love you Maisie, sleep tight, mummy and daddy love you forever and always. Forever going on a bear hunt.

Abbi Peat

With her partner Joe Duncan, 26, she added: “My little Charlie is a bit lonely and lost about what’s going on. He misses his sister a lot, so anyone who wants to come play with Charlie let me know.”

Thanking residents of Looe and neighbouring Polperro, she said: “The wonderful messages and shared memories have brought so much comfort in the darkest time of mine and Joe’s lives.

“The thought that my amazing Maisie will forever be remembered in all your hearts brings some kind of joy to all this sorrow.

“Joe and I haven’t had a chance to open all the messages because there have just been so many but we want everyone to know not one message has gone unnoticed.

“You have been a comfort blanket to us and we just can’t show enough appreciation.”

Local people have raised £12,000 for her familySWNS / PLYMOUTH HERALD

Local people have raised £12,000 for her family

In a heartbreaking message to her daughter, she added: “I love you Maisie, sleep tight, mummy and daddy love you forever and always. Forever going on a bear hunt.”

Local councillor Edwina Hannaford, the youngster’s great-aunt, said: “We are heartbroken. Our Maisie was a ray of sunshine in our lives, a beautiful princess who was loved by all who met her. We have however found comfort in the many messages of support we have received and small but very welcome acts of kindness.

“The outpouring of love and support from our wonderful friends, family and the communities of Looe and Polperro has made us feel like a warm blanket of love being wrapped around us.

“We are blessed to live in such a close-knit community with so many caring and loving people.”

Maisie was among more than 10 people killed in the ice and snow blown in by the Beast from the East and Storm Emma.

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