Mum and son, 8, who died in head-on crash with pickup truck named

A mum and her son who died after a crash in Shropshire have been named as the inquest into their deaths were opened. Aisling Mary Wilson, 51, and her son Oisin Eric Andrew Wilson, eight, died on Tuesday, November 2, after the crash on the A458 between Much Wenlock and Cressage. An inquest into their deaths was opened today (November 11) in Shrewsbury and adjourned until March 8, 2022.

:Woman and boy killed in horror Shropshire crash Coroner’s officer, Mel Dawson, said: “Oisin was born in Shrewsbury and was a schoolboy, he lived in Shrewsbury. The place of his death was Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

“Aisling Wilson’s place of birth was Ireland, she was a company director, and her home address was Shrewsbury. Her place of death was the A458. “At approximately 3.30pm on November 2 Mrs Wilson was driving a motor vehicle on the A458 and Oisin was a rear seat passenger, travelling from the Bridgnorth direction when there was a road traffic collision.

“Mrs Wilson was pronounced deceased at the scene, Oisin was transferred by air ambulance to Birmingham Children’s Hospital, shortly after arrival Oisin passed away. “The police are continuing investigations into the collision. Oisin’s cause of death was multiple injuries due to a road traffic collision.

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You can also donate cash, which will go into a fund held by a charity partner to use to plug gaps or buy specialist toys for children with additional needs. This is the link to make a donation. “For Mrs Wilson, a post mortem was carried out at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital on November 5. The conclusion was that she passed away from multiple injuries.”

Shropshire Assistant Coroner Joanne Lees opened and adjourned the inquest into their deaths until March 8, 2022. She said: “Police are continuing their investigations, I’m going to formally adjourn for an investigation to take place until March 8. I offer my sincere condolences to the family.”

Two others involved in the crash were taken to hospital with serious injuries.

The stretch of road was closed until around 10pm after the crash involving a Honda CR-V and a gold Toyota Hi-Lux.

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