You stole my breath, embraced my heart, my little daughter’: Grieving mother remembers her 2-year-old daughter who was hit by a car at a theme park.

You stole my breath, embraced my heart, my little daughter’: Grieving mother remembers her 2-year-old daughter who was hit by a car at a theme park.

A mother’s heartbroken memorial to her two-year-old daughter who was killed when she was struck by a car at a theme park reads: “You stole my breath, embraced my heart, my little daughter.”A woman was taken into custody on charges of homicide by reckless driving.Originally published: 30 August 2023 at 08:19 EDT by John James

A two-year-old girl was killed when she was struck by a car at a glamping site in Norfolk, and her grieving mother has paid homage to her ‘beautiful’ daughter, saying, “I loved her from the start.”On Friday, a motorist hit Isabella Tucker at Horsley Hale Farm in Littleport, Norfolk, and she later died from her injuries.The arrest of a 42-year-old lady on suspicion of causing a fatality through negligent or inconsiderate driving has been confirmed by police.

Grieving mother Vaiida Sprainyte referred to her daughter as “a beautiful daughter and little sister” in her eulogy.You made me forget to breathe, made me forget to beat.My dear little girl, you are a piece of me. To love you is a breeze. I fell in love with you at first sight and I never plan on letting go.One of Ms. Sprainyte’s friends responded to her message with words of encouragement.That person texted me, “Sending you lots of love hunni.”The lady detained in connection with the incident has been bailed and will return to Thorpe Wood Police Station in Peterborough on November 24.Owner Stuart Hatton told MailOnline that his crew was devastated by Isabella’s passing and that they would be planting a tree in her memory.He expressed his deep sorrow at Isabella Tucker’s death, saying, “We are absolutely heartbroken at the loss of Isabella Tucker who tragically died after an incident at Horsley Hale Farm on Friday, 25th August.”Our hearts go out to her and her loved ones at this time, and please accept our sincere sympathies.

The workers on duty that night could not have done more to handle the emergency, and they deserve our highest praise.We’d also want to extend our gratitude to the guests who are skilled in medicine and provided immediate first aid, allowing the staff at Horsley Hale Farm to tend to loved ones and other visitors until the emergency services arrived.Together with our guests, we have established a fund to purchase and plant a tree in Isabella’s honor.

Horlsey Hale Farm’s website calls its six acres of “stunning” fields, lake, gardens, and woodland a “beautiful and tranquil oasis in The Fens.”It boasts being a “magical place” and “the perfect space to escape from it all and get back to nature” and provides a variety of high-end camping alternatives.There are four high-end Safari Lodges on the property, all of which “offer the ultimate in glamping luxury” thanks to their “beautifully built in timber and canvas” construction.

The lodges are “perfect for families and larger groups,” with two regular-sized cabins accommodating up to eight people and two enormous lodges accommodating up to eleven visitors each.Each cabin features a full kitchen, complete with a gas stove, sink, fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, and toaster, and a bathroom with an eco-composting toilet, sink, and shower.They are “stylishly furnished throughout” with a variety of furniture including huge dining tables, inside and outdoor sofas, picnic tables on the veranda, and more.There are also 11 glamping suites on the property, including everything from a king-size bed in a safari tent to bunk beds for the kids.

One can also find a high-end yurt that boasts a “huge veranda from which to enjoy the very best view of the meadow” perched on an elevated deck. A custom-made oak bed, armchairs, and vanity are shown.

Alpaca feeding, lake pedal boats, paddleboard rentals, cocktail making, shelter building, and fairy door walks are just few of the activities listed on the campsite’s website.Those who were at the campground and saw what happened are being urged to contact the police via their website (incident number 35/NT/16816/23) or by dialing 101.

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