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Friends of sign language interpreter Ms Davis and her boyfriend Mr Jenkins, understood to be a scientist at University Hospital Birmingham, have expressed their devastation at the couple's deaths.Ms Davis's heartbroken sister, Alison Worth, paid tribute to her sister online, saying the couple were travelling home from a 'lovely day and evening out with friends'. The family of Ms Davis said: 'Lucy was a beautiful and fun-loving mother, daughter, sister, auntie and friend who brought happiness to the lives of all she met.'Rest in Peace our Lady in Red.' Friends who were with the couple minutes before the accident said they were 'very happy' when they left to go home and had enjoyed a 'lovely' night out.Sgt Alan Hands, from the force's Collision Investigation Unit, said: 'Our investigations continue as we work to establish exactly what happened.'We have spoken to several drivers and potential witnesses but would still like to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time and has not yet spoken to us.'Our family liaison officers are supporting relatives of the bereaved at this tragic time and our thoughts remain with them.'We have done our utmost to respect the grieving families' wishes for privacy with regards to releasing casualty details - but as names of the deceased are now already in the public domain, and to avoid further speculation, it is now right for us to formally confirm the names of the victims.Jehangir had recently been released from jail after a high-speed chase in 2015.Three of the men - named locally as Jehangir, Tauqeer Hussain, 26, and Mohammed Fahsa, 30 - were killed instantly in the collision, which also involved a seven-seater taxi and a third vehicle in which the two occupants 'astonishingly' escaped without serious injury.
They were wearing seatbelts as Lulu wouldn't get in a car if the seatbelts didn't work.'They were happy. 'Every prayers and thoughts are with her family and close friends. You shall be sorely missed xxx'The National Union of British Sign Language Interpreters said in a statement: 'As a small close-knit community, the profession is shocked and saddened to learn of the tragic death of Lucy in a car accident.'She will be missed by her colleagues and members of the deaf community alike.Dashcam footage released by the police then showed the moment occupants hurled heroin from the car Jehangir, who lived a short distance away in Bordesley Green, was jailed for 34 months last November over two counts of dangerous driving and possession with intent to supply.