Police are waiting for the forensic report to understand whether criminal action is required after a woman from Slough was killed in a horror crash in Chalfont St Peter.
On Saturday October 10 last year a road traffic collision in the village around 2.30am resulted in the death of Simran Johal, known to friends as Simi.
The 23-year-old was a passenger in a blue Volkswagen Golf which lost control at a roundabout, causing it to flip onto its roof.
At a Beaconsfield Coroners’ Court pre-inquest review senior coroner for Buckinghamshire Crispin Butler spoke about the police investigation into Simran’s death.
He said: “There is an ongoing Thames Valley Police investigation into the incident on the A413 in Chalfont St Peter in which Simi appears to have died.
“The forensic investigation report is required before the papers can be submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service.”
He then adjourned the hearing to another pre-inquest review on December 16.
Following Simran’s death, her mother Anite paid tribute to her. She said: “Simi was my whole world and my everything. Even though you have been taken away from me too early, you will always be my Baby Gal. I am honoured and privileged to have had 23 years being your mother.
“My Simi had a heart of gold and was always happy to help anyone. She was so caring and funny and enriched the lives of her family and friends. The world will be a much sadder place without her unique wit and charm.
“Simi had started to pursue her dreams whilst still making time for her friends who she had great banter with. Simi worshipped her grandparents and would often help her grandad on many occasions. She was never scared of hard graft.”