Woman killed in Range Rover crash ‘had to be identified by her fingerprints’

A mother of one had to be identified by her fingerprints after a horror crash in which a Range Rover landed on a London Underground line, an inquest has heard.

Beautician Yagmur Ozden, 33, died after the car traveling at 160 km/h hit a Tesla charging station on the A40 and landed on the tracks of the nearby Park Royal station.

The driver of the car, Rida Al Mousawi, a 24-year-old Iraqi-born store manager, was taken to hospital and treated for serious injuries.

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An inquest into her death at Coroners Court in west London has revealed that Ms Ozden, originally from Baghdad, was identified from her fingerprints at the scene.

Assistant coroner Dr. Anton Van Dellen said he will postpone the investigation until the conclusion of a police investigation into the crash: “As a criminal investigation is ongoing, I have decided to exercise my powers to suspend this investigation.”

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dr. Van Dellen told the court that an autopsy revealed that Ms Ozden had died of “multiple traumatic injuries”.

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