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Langford crash victim, young mother Kimi Waaka, remembered as the ‘most beautiful person’

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A young mother has died after her car slammed into a tree in Perth’s south-east.

Kimi Waaka, 25, was just five minutes from home when her car struck a tree on Nicholson Road in Langford.

The young mother — who was the sole occupant of the car — was thrown from her vehicle just after 11pm on Saturday and received life threatening injuries.

Police said the Suzuki hatch Ms Waaka was driving was travelling south when it ploughed into a tree.

Camera IconEmergency services at the scene of the crash in Langford. Credit: 7NEWS Perth
Kimi Waaka, 25, was just five minutes from home when her car struck a tree on Nicholson Road in Langford.
Camera IconKimi Waaka, 25, was just five minutes from home when her car struck a tree on Nicholson Road in Langford. Credit: Kimi Waaka / Facebook/Kimi Waaka / Facebook

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