Motorist describes '˜horrific' scene after two women are killed in crash near SheffieldÂ
Motorists who tried toÂ help at the scene of a horrific crash have expressed their sadness after learning that two people died in the incident.Â
Police were called out to reports of a collisionÂ between a white Fiat 500 and a blue Mini Cooper on the Woodhead Pass at Dunford BridgeÂ Â near Sheffield on Saturday, December 15, at 1.30pm.Â Â
Two women, aged 20 and 22, who wereÂ travelling in the Fiat 500, died in the collision.
Another passenger, a woman,Â suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital.Â Â
The man driving the Mini Cooper and a female passenger suffered minor injuries.Â
A number of Star readersÂ ,Â including a couple of motorists who witnessed the scene, have taken to Facebook to expressÂ their sadness over the tragedy.Â Â
RichardÂ Parkin said: 'We were on the scene trying to help. ItÂ was horrific, my heart goes out to the twoÂ poor girls.
'My faith in humanity has been restored with the amount of folk trying to help on the scene.'Â
He described how the conditions were slippy at the time and 'as soon as you stepped on to the road surface it was like glass.'Â Â
Catherine Rachel added: 'Those people helping did amazing in a terrible crash and weather.
'We saw the helicopter going up later.'Â
Karen Jenkinson said she was 'thinking of their family and friends' and added: 'RIPÂ to the two young ladies.'Â Â
Jeanette Ainsworth posted: 'How tragic.
'Two young lives taken tooÂ soon.'Â Â
Susan Marrison said: 'How heartbreaking,Â so sorry for the families.'Â Â Â
Police are appealing for any witnesses,Â particularly those who may have seen the cars prior to the collision or have dash-cam footage, to come forward.Â
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting incident number 431 of 15 December 2018 or Crimestoppers anonymously onÂ 0800 555 111.Â