THE married mother-of-three tragically killed by a runaway trailer in Bere Regis on May 18 has been named.
Sarah Damen, 37, from Bere Regis, had just dropped her daughter off at Bere Regis First School and was walking home along the pavement when she was hit.
The trailer had broken free from a red Landrover that was towing it.
Police said Mrs Damen's husband Mark, 44, and their three children - Emily, five, Mary, four, and David, two - were being comforted by relatives. The three-year-old girl involved in the collision has been named as Rebekah Gee, from Bere Regis.
Rebekah was said to be making good progress in Dorset County Hospital, while her mum Suzanne was still recovering from shock after the incident.
Insp John Mallace, of Dorset Police's road policing unit, said: "This is a tragic road traffic collision and my thoughts go out to all those involved in it.
"In particular, I wish Rebekah a speedy recovery and send my condolences to the family of Mrs Damen.
"A professional investigation is taking place and police family liaison officers are keeping the victims regularly updated as to the progress of the enquiry."
Bere Regis First School have also offered their sympathies to the Damen family.
Head teacher Steve Battishill said: "Everyone at the school is shocked and saddened by this tragic event.
"Our thoughts and deepest sympathy are with the family and all involved in this terrible accident."
The group had been walking along the C6 Bere Regis to Wool road at Southbrook when the tragedy unfolded just after 9am.
A man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, but was bailed pending the findings of the police investigation.
7:00pm Tuesday 22nd May 2007