release to remember M5 victim who worked in Burnham-On-Sea
Elaina Beard, the Burnham-On-Sea care worker who was tragically
killed in a crash on the M5 last Friday, are to hold a balloon release
in her memory.
are asking people to meet at 5.30pm on Friday (February 16th) outside
Elaina's home in Westfield House in West Street, Bridgwater and
to bring balloons along.
have poured in 29-year-old Elaina Beard, pictured, who died
in the four-car collision shortly before 6.20am
between junctions 25 for Taunton and 26 for Wellington, as reported
worked for Bluebird Care in Burnham-On-Sea, providing home care
and personal domestic care to local residents.
family have issued the following tribute: "We are totally heartbroken
at the loss of our Elaina."
was a loving sister, daughter, auntie and friend, who was so caring
both as a carer in her day job and a family member."
as we write this it still doesn't seem real that she was taken away
from us so early."
are supporting each other as a family and have sought a little comfort
in the outpouring of messages from people close and far, and we
thank you all."
take some comfort knowing she is now with our nan and grandad."
colleagues at Bluebird Care, based at Westpark, Chelston, near Wellington,
have paid tribute to Ms Beard.
to staff says: "It is with great sadness that we inform you
all today that our colleague and friend Elaina Beard from Bluebird
Care tragically lost her life early this morning in an accident
on the M5."
was the 'firecracker' in the Sedgemoor and Burnham-On-Sea team."