By Laura Maltby Monday 07 January 2013 Updated: 10/01 09:59
TRIBUTES have been paid to a 31-year-old mother-of-two who was killed while walking near Kineton on Saturday (January 5).
Deborah Mary Cooper, of Lighthorne Heath, died after being in collision with a silver Skoda Octavia, which was travelling towards Banbury on the B4100 around 10.30pm.
Her family released a statement in tribute to a loving daughter and sister.
"Deborah was our much-loved daughter and loving sister to Rachael and Becky. She leaves behind her devoted partner Ed and their beautiful twins Edward and Hannah.
"She was a keen sportswoman, having recently completed a triathlon and will be dearly missed by all her family and friends."
Police are still appealing for witnesses to come forward to establish the circumstances of the incident.
A second car, a red Ford Ka, was travelling in the opposite direction but was not directly involved.
Anyone with information about is asked to call PC Geoff Bell on 01926 415415.
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