Heartbroken husband pays tribute to 'immensely talented' wife, 30

The husband of a woman tragically killed in a hit-and-run incident has paid a loving tribute to her, saying ‘nothing will ever be the same without you..’

Tom Mullen vowed to raise their three young children – aged ten, five and four months old – in memory of Keita Mullen, who he called ‘immensely talented’ and ‘the best mummy’.

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Police said Keita, 30, was hit by a car while crossing a road with another pedestrian in the Bawtry area of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Emergency services were called to the High Street shortly after midnight, but despite the best efforts of paramedics, she was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

Keita Mullen (pictured), 30, was hit by a car while crossing a road with another pedestrian in the Bawtry area of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, in the early hours of Sunday

Keita Mullen (pictured), 30, was hit by a car while crossing a road with another pedestrian in the Bawtry area of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, in the early hours of Sunday

Mrs Mullen's widower Tom Mullen (pictured together) paid tribute to the mother of his three children, who he called 'immensely talented' and 'the best mummy

Mrs Mullen’s widower Tom Mullen (pictured together) paid tribute to the mother of his three children, who he called ‘immensely talented’ and ‘the best mummy

South Yorkshire police said a motorist failed to stop at the scene, but they had later arrested a 49-year-old woman on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

They added that the other pedestrian involved in the incident, a 33-year-old woman, was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Following BBC World News Today of his wife’s death yesterday, Motor Sales Executive Mr Mullen called the young mother ‘beautiful inside and out’ and his ‘best friend’.

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