Mother Laura Sone-Demetrious and her two canines killed in horror crash in north London | EUROtoday

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The household of a dogwalker killed in a horror smash alongside her beloved pets have demanded “justice” for his or her liked one.

Laura Sone-Demetrious, 28, was struck by a automotive as she reportedly used a pedestrian crossing over the busy twin carriageway on her common night canine stroll.

Both her pets had been killed in the identical collision on the Great Cambridge Road in Enfield at 7.45pm on Tuesday.

The crossing becoming a member of a park with a path by means of allotments that Ms Sone-Demetrious was strolling her canines alongside (file picture)

(Barney Davis)

A 17-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of inflicting demise by harmful driving and failing to cease on the scene of a collision.

Detectives investigating the demise are on the lookout for a purple Audi who left the scene earlier than emergency companies arrived.

Ms Sone-Demetrious’s grieving sister Gina, who launched a GoFundMe trying to increase £10,000 for her funeral prices, wrote: “She was killed while on a walk with her two dogs. Little did we know that we would be planning a funeral for her so soon. She died at 28 years old.

“Me and my family are not able to give her the send-off she deserves so I am asking for help with the expenses. All help will be greatly appreciated and bless you all. My sister is gone forever. Justice must be served.”

Her father Peter wrote on Facebook: “This is the most unhappy day of my life, very early this morning I was awoken by a phone call from my youngest daughter to tell me, my oldest daughter has been run over and killed. I keep hoping she will call again and say she didn’t mean it.”

Her mom Georgina, wrote on Facebook: “Thanks everyone for your support at our time of loss and please help the police with their investigation.”

Her cousin Chris Chaplin advised The Independent the Arsenal fan who had labored in Tottenham Stadium “was a great mum and cousin”.

In 2017, Nilgün Akgün, 44, was killed as she tried to cross the identical junction on the A10

(Barney Davis)

After the crash, a neighbour noticed flashing lights and got here out of her home to see Ms Sone-Demetrious mendacity on the ground.

“I came rushing out and saw the first dog,” she mentioned. “That was the moment I lost it I couldn’t stop crying. I saw her body and then we walked past the other dog. They were giving her CPR. I can’t forget it.

“One was an American bulldog but not too large the other was smaller but not too fluffy. I don’t want my daughter to know what happened I told her the dogs just run away.

“There are lots of accidents happening. People race up and down around here. I would support anything that will make that crossing safer maybe a bridge or tunnel. We don’t want this to keep happening. I can’t forget that scene I can’t sleep at night.”

In 2017, Nilgün Akgün, 44, was killed as she tried to cross the identical junction on the A10.

The nursery instructor, who taught at Edmonton’s Wilbury Primary School, had been making her option to see household within the space – identified for its giant Turkish group.

A Scotland Yard spokesman mentioned: “Despite the efforts of paramedics and police, a 28-year-old woman was pronounced deceased at the scene.

“Officers have informed her next of kin and they are being supported by specially trained officers.”

The teenage driver has been bailed to return on a date in mid-February pending additional enquiries.

The Serious Collision Investigation Unit is asking anybody with sprint cam footage, or who witnessed the incident, to make contact on 020 8597 4874 or by way of 101/ submit @MetCC quoting reference CAD 5858/09Jan.