A MUM and her pal killed in a village horror smash have been pictured for the first time as heartbroken friends pay tribute.
Tori Wilson had only celebrated her 30th birthday five days before she was killed alongside Sacha Holmes.Tori Wilson was killed in a horror smash near LeedsCredit: SWNS:South West News Service Pal Sacha Holmes also died in the collision with a treeCredit: SWNS:South West News Service
The pair were travelling in a Renault Clio in the village of Thorner, West Yorks, when the car collided with a tree.
Both were declared dead at the scene in the early hours of Thursday.
Devastated loved ones have now paid tribute to mum-of-two Tori and pal Sacha, 30.
Tori's sister Laura said: "My sister my soul mate best friend Tori Wilson has sadly passed away in a tragic car accident."
One pal said: "What a shining star Tori is, can't believe this has happened. Love you Tori xxx".
'WE LOVE YOU'
Another wrote: "Most amazing soul out there she will be truly missed xx".
While one friend said: "I was hoping it was all a bad bad dream Tori Wilson.
"You've gained your wings but your presence will be around us forever and always because you are our Tor Tor and you're someone who nobody can ever forget because you are just a pure soul with the biggest of hearts.
"We love you baby girl you will always be a blessing because we was all blessed enough to call you our best friend. You will be the brightest star in the sky."
West Yorkshire Police have launched an investigation and are appealing for anyone who saw the Renault Clio or who may have dashcam footage to come forward.
The car was last seen on Wyke Ridge Lane, travelling away from Leeds, at about 12.50am on Thursday.
Detective Inspector Paul Conroy said said: "We are continuing to support both families of Tori and Sacha at this difficult time.
"A full investigation is ongoing into the circumstances surround this collision.
"I would still like to appeal to anyone who was in the Carr Lane area of Thorner from around 1am and who saw the vehicle to come forward and speak to us."
Anyone with information can call the Major Collision Enquiry Team on 101 or online quoting reference 13200541398.