Ashley Henry Wiki – Ashley Henry Biography
Ashley Henry, 35, and his two-year-old daughter Oria Henry were killed in a horrific vehicle accident, and authorities have begun a murder investigation into the toddler’s death.
Company director Ashley Henry, 35, and little Oria, who turned two in April, died on their way home from a weekend away at the seaside. The tragedy was initially treated as a straightforward collision. Company director Ashley Henry, 35, and little Oria, who turned two in April, died on their way home from a weekend away at the seaside. The tragedy was initially treated as a straightforward collision. The 32-year-old was being comforted by her parents in their executive home in the Leicestershire village of Broughton Astley today. Oria was her only child. Miss Leader’s mother, Judith, 65, said the family were too upset to comment. But on Facebook, Miss Leader reposted a police update confirming the investigation was now a murder inquiry, alongside the comment ‘my baby’ and crying and broken heart emojis.
Ashley Henry was 35 years old.
Murder investigation opened into the death of a two-year-old girl in a car accident
Before police announced they were treating Oria’s death as a murder, Miss Leader told friends on the platform that the father and daughter had died in a car crash while ‘travelling back from Skegness’. A source confirmed Miss Leader and Mr Henry – a manager for a firm selling medicinal mushrooms, according to Companies House – had separated, but could not confirm when. His father, Paul Henry, wrote on Facebook on Tuesday underneath a picture of his son and granddaughter: ‘Can’t believe lost my son granddaughter never be the same person again.’ The Henry family, from Leicester, did not wish to comment today.
A villager in Anwick also said he had heard the couple had separated, adding: ‘The lorry swerved into a dyke in a bid to avoid the car, which was driving straight towards it on the lorry’s side of the road.’ He said the lorry was fully loaded with chilled chicken from a local processing plant. Lincolnshire Police appealed for witnesses to the collision, adding: ‘We have launched a murder investigation after a fatal collision between a lorry and a car in Anwick. ‘Driver Ashley Henry, 35, and passenger Oria Henry, 2, from Leicester were travelling along Main Road in a Blue Nissan Quashqai when the incident took place at around 2.45 pm on Sunday, 18 June. ‘Both were pronounced dead at the scene. ‘Our investigation into the incident continues but after careful consideration, we can confirm we have begun a murder investigation into the death of two-year-old Oria. ‘We are not looking for anyone else in connection with this incident but cannot provide further details at this time. ‘Our thoughts remain with the family of those who lost their lives in this collision and specialist officers are supporting them at this difficult time.’