After a nail punctures a tyre, a ‘Heart of Gold’ graduate is killed in a terrifying 90mph crash.


After a nail punctures a tyre, a ‘Heart of Gold’ graduate is killed in a terrifying 90mph crash.

Just days after securing her dream job as a social worker, a graduate died in a horrific 90mph vehicle crash.

After a nail pierced Talia Roberts’ tyre, her Ford Fiesta careered into a tree at 90 mph. The 24-year-old died of chest injuries at the scene after not wearing a seatbelt.

Talia Roberts was a young woman with a bright future ahead of her, with a new home and a new job.

Grimsby and North Lincolnshire coroner Mark Kendall

Talia was speeding on the rural A1077 between Scunthorpe and Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, where the speed limit was 60mph, according to the inquest.

According to Hull Live, the freshly trained social worker was driving to work when she lost control of the vehicle and it crashed into a ditch.

Talia’s distraught relatives paid homage to her yesterday at the inquest in Cleethorpes, saying she had a golden heart and was adored by those who knew her.

Her death, which occurred on December 5, 2019, came only days before she was set to attend her University of Nottingham graduation ceremony. Her relatives made the trip in her honor.

Talia had recently moved into a new property in Barton-upon-Humber with her partner Elliott, and had been decorating it for Christmas just days before the tragedy, according to the inquest.

“Talia Roberts was a young woman with much to look forward to, with a new home and new career,” said Mark Kendall, coroner for Grimsby and North Lincolnshire.

“I’m sad she perished as a result of these tragic events.”

The front tyre was underinflated due to a nail that had not been present for long and would not have been visible to the driver, according to the coroner.

He claimed there was no time to react to the loss of control because there was no time to react.

PC The nail was located in a front tyre, causing the tyre to be underinflated, according to Humberside Police forensic collision examiner Robert Sawyer. The Ford Fiesta’s recommended tyre pressure is 34 psi, according to the manufacturer.

However, he observed that the tyre pressure was barely 12 psi.

The deflated tyre, according to PC Sawyer, would not have been immediately evident. He told the hearing that the nail had only recently pierced the tyre because there was no proof that it had been there for long.

According to the officer, the speedometer “froze” between 85 and 90 mph due to the collision’s heavy frontal impact.

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