A CORONER will set out the scope of an inquest for a grandmother who died in a head-on crash near East Hanney.

Pat Robinson, 70, died in a collision with another car while driving along the A338, shortly before midday on June 4, 2018.

Mrs Robinson, from Wantage, was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital but died on July 5.

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Her inquest was opened in July last year but has not progressed as court proceedings are still ongoing for

Anusha Ranganathan, who was charged with death by dangerous driving after Mrs Robinson's death.

The opening at Oxford Coroner's Court heard how Mrs Robinson is thought to have died from multiple injuries from both the crash and surgery complications.

A pre-inquest review will be held at the same court today, to set out the scope of the inquest including who the coroner will seek evidence from.

Ranganathan, 41, of Grove, appeared at Oxford Magistrates' Court in April and her case was sent up to be dealt with at Oxford Crown Court.

After her death her family paid tribute stating: "Pat was a wonderful, loving mother and grandmother.

"Everyone comments on what a kind and caring person she was, and this was a special quality that made her extremely popular and well-loved in the local community."

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They described her as a 'bubbly' woman who 'loved nothing more than a good laugh and a joke.'