Elizabeth Ewing, 55, was driving the Harley Davidson when it came off road and crashed into a tree
A MUM was killed in a horror crash as she drove her new Harley Davidson home for the first time.
Elizabeth Ewing, 55, died when her dream motorised trike left the road and hit a tree less than two miles from her house.
Shattered relatives revealed the “caring and supportive” mum had picked up the Harley FLRT Freewheeler shortly before the tragedy in Kilwinning, Ayrshire.
In an emotional online tribute, Elizabeth’s daughter Alana Ewing wrote: “I lost my Beautiful Mum today.
“She had finally gotten the Harley Davidson Trike she’s always wanted and was driving it home when tragedy struck.
“I am absolutely heartbroken I love you with all my heart and now fear I didn’t say it often enough.
“You were with me through all of my darkest periods and I am so thankful I had such a caring and supportive mum.”
She added: “You were such a bright spirit in life joining me in my love for Black Veil Brides as a Fallen Angel but now your an Angel that will shine so brightly in the Heavens.
“We’ll know your always watching over us along with Gran and Caris.
“I love you so much now and forever. Rest in Peace Mum!”
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Elizabeth, who lived in the town, was rushed to Crosshouse Hospital after the crash at around 4.20pm on Thursday but lost her fight for life.
Cops have appealed for witnesses to the accident to come forward.
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