A couple have been left devastated after their daughter died in a car crash - just 16 months after her twin sister's suicide.
Carys Wright, 21, was a passenger in a Peugeot 106 when it was involved in a collision with a Renault Laguna near Brymbo, north Wales, on Monday.
She was returning from a night out when the accident happened.
Her family said she was 'fun-loving' and a 'fantastic mother' to her 11-month-old baby son, Noah.
Her parents Michelle and Ian were yesterday being comforted by friends in Brymbo, near Wrexham.
It is the second tragedy in just over a year for the couple after their daughter Amy leapt to her death from an aqueduct when her boyfriend said he wanted to end their relationship in September 2010.
Friends told how the twin sisters were very close and were involved in the Army Cadets.
Kate Williams, assistant head teacher at their former school, said: 'Carys, like her sister Amy, was vivacious, full of life and had a lovely sense of humour.
'The twins were extremely close and were always there for each other. Both were real characters. Carys had a wide circle of friends and was a happy young lady.'
A family spokesman said: 'Carys was a fun loving person and a fantastic mother to her little sweetheart.
Cazz, as she was known to her large group of friends, will miss her dearly. Carys will be sorely missed by everyone, but she will never be forgotten. Good night Princess.'
Tributes were left on Carys's Facebook page next to a photograph showing her with twin sister Amy at a wedding.
One said: 'Sleep tight angels, look after each other up there, both gone too soon.'
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Her sister Amy died when she plunged 120ft from Pontcysyllte Aqueduct near Wrexham. An inquest was told her boyfriend of six months had told her he wanted some space and to be friends.
She drove to the aqueduct, left her phone and keys on the footpath, climbed over the railings and fell.
Amy texted her boyfriend: 'If I can't have you I don't want to be here. Thanks for the best six months of my life.'
Carys and Amy in a picture on Facebook. The twins' parents have been left devastated after both girls died within 16 months of each other
Flowers have been left at the side of the road where Carys Wright died in a collision on Monday night
Carys told the inquest that her sister felt she had lost her soulmate.
The 19-year-old care worker was devastated when 23-year-old Kenneth Prandle told her he needed space, an inquest at Flint Magistratesí Court heard.
Carys told the hearing: 'Amy loved Ken to bits and wanted to be with him all of the time. When we went on holiday to Devon she was texting him and ringing him constantly.
'He was her soulmate. She would have done anything for him.'
Miss Wrightís death was a shock to family and friends who had no indication she was unhappy.
Amy Wright jumped to her death after her boyfriend broke up with her 16 months ago
Carys added: 'Something didnít add up that day. She phoned me an hour before and said she would pick me up to go to Kenís house for an Indian takeaway.
'I was lying in bed waiting for her to come and get me and there was a bang on the door, but it was the police. The next minute I had to identify her.'
Mr Prandle said that the relationship was becoming too much for him and he needed some time apart.
A statement read out in court said: 'Amy didnít mind me going out with mates but would rather I spent more time with her.
'Our relationship was getting a bit too much and I needed some space. I went to work and started thinking about things and sent her a text message saying I didnít want to be with her anymore.
'She called me 11 times. Then she turned up at work crying but I told her I wanted to be alone.
'She told me I was breaking her heart and said she would kill herself. I told her not to be so silly.'
Amy was a keen netball player and a member of the Rhos platoon of the Clwyd and Gwynedd Army Cadet Force and travelled to Malta with the cadets for training and also learned to play the drums.
Members of Riversway Elim Church in Shrewsbury were taking a boat trip along the aqueduct when they witnessed the fall.
Parishioner Robert Clover said: 'I saw a young girl walking across the bridge looking over the side. She stopped and placed some items on the floor which I saw were a set of keys and a mobile phone.
'Then she climbed over the railings and let go. I was extremely shocked at the time.'
Amyís car was later found parked near the aqueduct. A post-mortem examination revealed she died from multiple injuries.
Recording a verdict of suicide, Kirit Champaneria, deputy assistant coroner for North East Wales, said: 'I donít think any of us can really understand the pain that is caused when oneís love is unrequited.
'Different people cope in different ways and some people donít cope at all.'
Carys (left), with twin sister Amy, was a passenger in a Peugeot 106 when it collided with another car as she returned from a night out
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