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21 February 2013, 12:01 | Updated: 21 February 2013, 16:15
The family of a woman killed in a crash on the A47 at Dereham have paid tribute to her.
52-year-old Kim Utting was born in Shipdham and went to Shipdham Primary and Wayland High School.
After she left school Kim went to work at Watton Post Office and married Ken Knight in 1981. They have two children Emma and Jamie.
Kim went on to run a boarding kennels at Wood Rising and set up and ran the Old English Mastiff Club Rescue. She was also a prominant figure at dog shows and won best of breed at Crufts in 2008.
She moved to Litcham and married David Utting and had another son Dudley.
Kim's family have released a tribute to her:
"Kim always had a smile on her face and was a very kind, caring and affectionate person. She was loved by everyone she met and will be very sadly missed by all her family, friends and those who knew her through her passion - the dog show scene."
Officers would still like to speak to any witnesses to this collision, which occurred at 10.30am last Thursday, particularly the drivers of a white flatbed unladen lorry and a small black Peugeot car, both of which failed to stop at the scene.
Contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.