The devastated parents of a mother of four killed in a horrific car crash have rushed from England to WA to be with their daughter's grieving family.
Shelly Scobbie was driving three of her children and following her husband's vehicle in Henley Brook on Saturday morning when her Hyundai Lantra sedan was hit by a Toyota LandCruiser after she turned on to West Swan Road.
Major crash investigators said early signs suggested the 31-year-old turned into the path of the oncoming 4WD, the impact killing her and leaving her sons trapped.
The three boys, aged 10, nine and four, were taken to Princess Margaret Hospital but only one, the 10-year-old, needed treatment.
Mrs Scobbie, her husband Jamie and sons Connor, Cameron, Callum and Findlay only moved to Australia from Britain in recent months.
The popular mother had already told friends in Britain how much they were enjoying their new home.
Perth friends were among many who rallied to support her grieving family and turned to Facebook this week to share their memories of a woman who could light up the room with her smile.
Mrs Scobbie's parents, Val and John, who flew to Perth to be with their four grandsons and son-in-law, said they had lost their best friend as well as their daughter.
Her devastated husband Jamie also posted a message to his wife saying: "Every time I look into the night sky and see the brightest star shine down on us, there I know you are once again bestowing us with your beauty. "I will bring up our boys knowing that every beat of our hearts still keeps you with us.
"Rest easy my baby, your work is done, it's my turn to continue to shine your light that touched so many people.
"Love you forever and always."
Mr Scobbie also posted a tribute from their eldest son Connor on a Facebook page set up for his mother's friends to post messages about her.
In the message, Connor thanked everyone for the wonderful comments written about his mum.
The family plans to compile the tributes into a book for the four boys.Friends of the Scobbies have also been fundraising to provide practical support for the family.
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