Walk in memory of tragic Emma

FOXHALL Road crash victim Emma Harold never realised how much she was loved.

FOXHALL Road crash victim Emma Harold never realised how much she was loved.

That is according to her friends and colleagues from her work place who are today gearing up to walk across Ipswich in darkness to raise money in her memory.

The team of 21 employees from Willis, where Emma had worked for more than two years before she was tragically killed in February, are hoping to raise hundreds of pounds for St Elizabeth Hospice by taking part in its Midnight Walk.

Emma and her best friend Kate Wasyluk were killed after being in collision with a car as they were walking home from a night out. Emma's sister Rebecca was left with serious injuries.


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Stacey Paternoster, one of Emma's former work friends, said: “It was a shock to lose her. I do not think she realised how many people cared for her. We were all quite close to Emma.

“St Elizabeth Hospice was a charity that she supported so we hope we can do lots to help.”

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They will be joining nearly 2,000 women in the eight-mile circular route around the town on May 23.

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