AN “amazing” and “inspiring" mum of two who was critically injured after being hit by a car while camping near Caernarfon has died.

Anna Roselyn Evans, 46, from the Aberystwyth area died in hospital in Stoke.

She was being treated following the incident which happened at the Rhyd y Galen campsite at Bethel during the early hours of Monday, August 19.

Four campers were injured inside their tents by a vehicle which was driven on the site.

Three people hurt in the incident have since been released from hospital.

DI Andy Gibson said: “Our thoughts are with Mrs Evans’ family and friends at this very sad and distressing time for them.

“The investigation into this tragic incident continues and we are liaising closely with the Crown Prosecution Service.”

In a touching tribute, her son Richard Llew Evans posted on his Facebook page:· “Tonight I had to say goodbye to the most amazing woman I’ve ever known.

It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do.

“She was my mother, my best friend, my rock and I’m going to miss her so so much.

“She inspired me to do music, art and to always ‘do the next interesting thing’. I know I’ll do you proud I love you, Mam. I hope you’re dreaming of a starry night. Here’s to the next interesting thing.”

Hundreds of people have taken to social media to offer their condolences to the family.

Jake Waterhouse, 26 from the Greater Manchester has been remanded in custody after appearing before Llandudno Magistrates last week charged with driving offences.

Waterhouse was remanded in custody until September 23 at Caernarfon crown court. During an eight-minute hearing, his voice breaking, he admitted causing serious injury to Anna Roselyn Evans by dangerous driving, having no insurance or licence and failing to provide a breath specimen.

He entered no plea to driving a Subaru Impreza dangerously on August 19.

Carys Parry, for Waterhouse said: “He takes full responsibility for the devastating events of the early hours of Monday morning on this campsite. He’s truly and deeply remorseful for his actions. It’s only proper I tell the court his thoughts over the last two days have been with the victim of his offending and her family.

“He accepts and recognises he will be facing a lengthy custodial sentence as a result of his actions. He told me ‘I deserve to be punished’.