A MUM screamed "where's my baby?" after her one-year-old daughter was killed when a suspected drug driver ploughed into the family.
The woman was heard hysterically calling for her baby girl after the 22-month-old's pram was hit during the tragedy in Ruislip, London.A 22-month-old baby in a pram has died in North West London following a horror car crashCredit: SunOnline Flowers have been left near the scene of the tragedy
And this afternoon, the mother - who has not been named - paid tribute to her "angel".
"She had the most beautiful smile, and her eyes were always full of love and laughter," the Evening Standard reports.
"She was our angel, our everything and there isn’t a moment that we could stop thinking about her.”
Locals rushed to help the traumatised parents, believed to be from the local Chinese community, after the smash on Sunday afternoon.
One neighbour, who wanted to stay anonymous, told The Sun Online: “They were both just crying out for the baby at the time."
The mum was "barely comprehensible", he said - but screamed repeatedly: "Where's my baby?"
He said: "You can’t imagine. It’s a family destroyed."
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A man in his 30s was taken to hospital following the crash.
It was initially feared he'd suffered life-threatening injuries, but he has since been discharged and is recovering at home.
The woman - believed to be the little girl's mum - suffered injuries that were not life-threatening or life-changing.
Alan Newton, 61, took the family into the home he shares with his wife after the tragedy.
The roofer said the mother "was in total shock".
He said: “When we first heard the noise she was screaming.
“Her husband was on the wall, he’d been thrown into the hedge and had a great big gash on his head and a broken arm.
“The mother was screaming, but from the moment she came in here she was in total shock.
“She was frozen. There was no real speaking.
“She didn’t want to leave until the police had finished and the undertaker did what they had to do.
“It was shock, stonewall shock. She sat on our couch but she was staring straight ahead.
“It was just tragic.
"How they come to terms with this, I don’t know.”
Off-duty cops were among those who rushed to the scene of the "unimaginable" tragedy, which happened in broad daylight on a residential street.
Witnesses called 999 after the crash in Eastcote Road at 4.15pm.
Despite the efforts of police and paramedics, the little girl died at the scene.
The mother was screaming, but from the moment she came in here she was in total shock
Alan Newton, 61
A man in his 40s has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, causing serious injury while driving, and driving while unfit through drugs.
He has since been bailed.
Detective Sergeant Sarah Donegan of the Met Police has now called for anyone with information to come forward.
“Our thoughts are with the child’s parents at what must be an unimaginably difficult time," she said.
“We have launched an investigation to establish the circumstances of what happened.
"I am asking anyone who was in the vicinity at that time who may have seen something, or has dashcam footage or CCTV, to come forward and help us with our investigation.”
Enquiries into the full circumstances continue.The accident scene