Lochside Garage

‘No sentence will change the fact Tasha is dead’

FOLLOWING last week’s sentencing of the men responsible for the death of the much-loved young mother, Natasha Carruthers’ grieving family issued a poignant statement about the impact her death has had on them.
“No sentence will change the fact that Tasha is dead and we as a family have to live with the life sentence inflicted on us,” they said. “There is not a day goes by that we do not think of Tasha and our heart breaks.
“Tasha died from horrific injuries resulting from the selfish actions of Padraig Toher and Nathan Phair. Her death has impacted on our entire family. Tasha was a much loved mother, daughter, sister, grand daughter and niece.”
They continued: “Tasha was a fun loving, caring person with a heart of gold. Tasha’s daughter Lily Rose, had just turned one when her mummy was killed. She will never know her mum, all she will have is the photos from when she was a baby. We will never be able to replace the love of her mummy.”
The family added: “We would like to recognise and thank the numerous people who have helped in the quest for Justice for Tasha. The neighbours who heard the crash and came to help. The police, ambulance and fire service who attended and tried to help Tasha. All those who assisted police in the investigation and also our thanks to all the witnesses who attended Court.”

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