A woman was killed as the result of a tragic accident after she lost control of her car and veered into the path of an oncoming lorry, a coroner has concluded.Linda Horrell, 49, died in a collision on the A39 on October 7, 2014, leaving behind her husband, two daughters, one granddaughter and four siblings. Despite being airlifted to hospital where she underwent an emergency hysterectomy due to internal bleeding and was then transferred to Derriford, she died of a traumatic brain injury. Mrs Horrell was travelling in the direction of Bideford and the HGV she collided with in the direction of Barnstaple. Evidence heard at her inquest today (Tuesday) said an ambulance had been travelling with its emergency lights on behind the HGV which Linnys car hit. Collision investigator PC Jenny Inness told the inquest it was possible Mrs Horrell had oversteered to move aside for the oncoming ambulance, as other cars were before her, and in correcting the manouvre had oversteered again and lost control. Her Ford Focus veered into the Bideford-bound carriageway, colliding with the front of the HGV, ending up on the side of the road off the Barnstaple-bound side. Coroner Dr Elizabeth Earland recorded a verdict of accidental death. Mrs Horrells daughters Chippy and Vicky Perry paid tribute to their beautiful, kind and loving mother. They said the grandmother-of-one always had a positive outlook on life, a wonderful sense of humour, and a cheerful personality. They said: Losing our Mum at such a young age is heartbreaking, but we will both do our best to honour her memory and keep her love alive inside our hearts as we continue on in our lives, without her guiding presence. In April the Gazette reported how Linny saved five lives through donating her organs including restoring a womans sight and giving two people a kidney each helping to ease the pain for her family. Linnys family are now raising awareness of organ donation and hope others will be inspired by her story and sign up to the register. You can find out more about their fundraising efforts, and organ donation, at www.ourlinny.co.uk.