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Mother publishes last photo of son and daughter-in-law who were killed in a car accident

A woman who lost her son and daughter-in-law in a car accident has posted the couple’s last heartbreaking photo.

Meesha Afzal (22) and Kyle Khan (26) were passengers in a Mercedes when it collided with a wall on Warwick Road, Solihull.

They both wore seat belts but died of their injuries on December 13, 2020, Birmingham Live reports.

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Kyle’s mother, Roshni Sajida Yousaf, 51, paid tribute to the two “beautiful angels” one year after their death.

Roshni said, “They loved watching the sunset. It’s a heartbreaking but beautiful picture. It is her last picture. It was where their sanctuary was.

“It’s that time of year again when my lovely angels Kyle and Meesha died last year.

“The trip was the most painful of my life. It’s the second Christmas in my life without the two of you. It’s so hard not to have them with us – they have been a huge part of our lives.

“Everyone will lose someone they cannot live without and their heart will be badly broken. The bad news is, losing your loved one is never entirely overlooked.

“Your birthdays, Eids, family celebrations are the hardest. Nothing was like before, both were missed a lot and nothing stopped the pain of not being with us. They were the life of every celebration and party.”

The couple hailed from Sparkhill, Birmingham, where family and friends are still processing their deaths.

Kyle’s mother said she tried to focus on the happier times, like laughing together, and celebrating their lives.

She added, “They fed the homeless, cared for the weak and the disabled – that’s how I want to keep them in mind.

“I want to celebrate their lives, continue the hard work they have done for others. Raise awareness of campaigns they love and cherish and contribute the little they had.

“That is not how the journey of grief begins. It is, in fact, how you learn to accept your loss. You have to wake up like a new day each day without knowing how you are going to feel.”

Roshni also called for car airbags from manufacturers across the automotive industry to be “mandatory” in the rear of vehicles after the start of a campaign.

The West Midlands Police investigation into the fatal accident continues.

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