The family of a Bideford woman killed in a car accident is calling on people in North Devon to sign up as an organ donor and tell their relatives they have done so.Linda Horrell, 49, died after a collision on the A39 in October but through donating her organs gave the gift of life to five different people. Linda, who worked in Asda Bideford, was described as always having a massive smile on her face, and saw life through innocent eyes. Her death left a massive hole but knowing she has saved five lives including restoring a womans sight and giving two people a kidney each has helped ease the pain for her family. Now her husband Ian, daughters Chippy and Vicky Perry, sister Julie La Zouche and niece Claire Crossman, are asking people to sign up. Ian said: It really has been of great comfort to us in these darkest times, knowing she has saved five lives. She was the best thing that ever happened to me. Everybody she met she touched in some way. Even if people sign the register, their next of kin still have the option to say no upon their death, so its important people talk to their relatives about what they want. The family has organised a fundraising walk along the Tarka Trail for the charity Live Life Give Life on June 14 what would have been Lins 50th birthday leaving Braunton at 10am. There are 39,937 people on the organ donor register in North Devon. Join at www.organdonation.nhs.uk or by calling 0300 123 2323. Visit www.ourlinny.co.uk for more information on the fundraising walk - and how you can get involved.