THREE car crashes have made it a week of tragedy on the roads.
* A 19-year-old girl died from injuries received in a crash outside her Tarporley home.
* A 17-year-old Tattenhall cricketer is in hospital with serious head injuries.
* And another 17-year-old is in critical condition after being trapped for an hour between a car and a wall in the early hours of Thursday in a Kelsall accident.
Claire Timmins, a Keele University student, died at the Countess of Chester Hospital three days after an accident on the A51 Rode Street out-side her Tarporley home.
The psychology and criminology student loved horses and was described by her family as 'fun-loving, kind and considerate'.
Tattenhall Cricket Club player Miles Davidson, of Rossett, is unconscious in Wrexham Maelor Hospital after an accident on Marford Hill.
He has serious brain injuries but is showing signs of improvement.
Miles's team captain, Mark Sandford, said: 'His dad Graham has played with the club for about 30 years so we have known Miles since he was a kid.'
The 17-year-old passenger of a Peugeot car travelling on the A54 Chester Road in Kelsall at 2.30am yesterday was trapped when he was flung from the car as it flipped over.
The youth, from Peckforton, was crushed against a sandstone wall by the car, which was wedged between a transit van and the wall.
Chester Road was closed between the Kelsall bypass and Flat Lane for three-and-a-half hours during the rescue. nA 22-year-old man from Tarporley believed to have been in the Peugeot car at the time of the crash was arrested away from the scene.