Eve Smith Obituary, Death Cause – The bereaved loved ones of three victims of a tragedy in Cardiff have identified them publicly as the individuals who passed away in the incident. After a night out in Newport, five persons failed to return home, and the next morning, the police discovered three of them dead and two of them in a critical condition.
The five people—three women and two men—were last seen together in Cardiff in the wee hours of Saturday morning. Their family and friends became increasingly anxious as time passed without them hearing from any of those who went missing. As a result, they issued a series of appeals throughout the weekend in the hopes of finding out more information.
One member of the family remarked that it was “strange” for them to have no communication with one another. When the police confirmed that the automobile they had been traveling in had been found crashed off of the A48 near St. Mellons in the early hours of Monday morning, their worst suspicions were confirmed.
Eve Smith, Darcy Ross, and Rafel Jeanne, all of Maesglas, were identified by their loved ones as the victims of the car accident that took their lives. Rafel Jeanne was from Cardiff. Both Sophie Russon and Shane Loughlin are still classified as being in critical condition and are being treated in the hospital.
On the scene as well as on social media, many have paid their respects to those who passed away in the tragedy. Flowers and other tokens of condolence have been left at the location close to where the vehicle was found during the day on Monday.
One of Miss Smith’s relatives, who is believed to be the sister of Xana Doyle, who was killed in a car accident in January 2015 in which she was a passenger and which flipped over at a speed of sixty miles per hour, wrote: “It has been established beyond a reasonable doubt that Eve Smith has passed away; however, I will not comment on anyone else other than Eve Smith.
I would want to express my gratitude for all of the support and shares that you have provided, but at this time I will not be able to respond to any messages. I ask that you please give our family some time to process the devastating news.”
A close friend of both Miss Ross and Miss Smith penned the following: “I truly don’t know how to put this into words right now. The Darcy Ross You are going to be greatly missed, gypsy darling small… You certainly were a beautiful young girl, Eve Smith, and your heart was made of gold just like your sister’s was when you were both young.”