Mum of three dies in smash

A MOTHER-OF-THREE posted an emotional apology on her Facebook page less than an hour before her car smashed into a wall.

Rachel Borshik, 26, from Matlock was flung from the vehicle during the crash on the A632 close to Walton Hospital, between Chesterfield and Matlock, at 1.55am on Tuesday.

She was treated at the scene by paramedics and taken to hospital in Chesterfield where she died from her injuries.

At 1.21am, Ms Borshik wrote on her Facebook page, “love to all i no espicaly thought so much

“im sorry.”

After the tragedy dozens of friends posted tributes on her page with some, unaware of the accident, offering messages of help and support.

Elaine Taylor said: “RIP Rachel I can’t believe you are gone I will miss you all our times together through kids and being pregnant, coffees and chats you were the kindest person please look after her up there.”

Clare Todd added: “It shouldn’t of come to this.

“Well now you can watch over your little babies and we know you will, RIP Rachel.”

Ms Borshik who is believed to have three daughters at primary school in Matlock had studied in Chesterfield and lived in Overdale.

She was travelling from Matlock to Chesterfield in a Peugeot 106, when the collision took place and the car overturned. The road was closed until 7am.

Her next of kin have been informed and an inquest will open at a later date.

A spokesman for Derbyshire police said they had opened an investigation into the incident.

The Mecury’s Facebook page has been inundated with tributes to Ms Borshik.

John Pritty said: “R.I.P Rachel babes you were a brill mate and I will sadly miss you and our chats. Thoughts go to your family and friends and your three girls.”

Hayley Palmer added: “What a sad tragedy. My thoughts are with your three girls and you family.”

Christine Boden said: “Rachel you’re at peace now. My thoughts are with your children God bless.”

Sarah Gamble added: “We will always remember how good of a friend you were. You will never be forgotten.”

Anyone who witnessed the collision should ring the police witness line on 01773 572929.