A page collecting money for the funeral of a young woman with a "contagious smile" has surpassed its £2,000 target a week after her death.
Charnelle Williams, known as "Weez", was named locally as the woman who died after being struck by a train at East Acton Station on New Year's Day.
Emergency services had responded to reports of a person hit by a train at the station at around 8.30am on January 1.
Heartfelt tributes poured in for the 22-year-old in the days that followed, and a crowdfunding page was set up to assist the family with funeral costs.
By midday on Monday (January 8), £2,435 had been raised by 114 supporters.
Lee Fail, who set up the page to raise £2,000, wrote: "I have set up this page to help the family of Charnelle.
"Charnelle was killed on New Year's Day.
"Charnelle was such a good friend to all of us and would always be there for any of us.
"She was loved by all.
"I just want us to be able to help her family at this very sad time."
Paying tribute to Weez, one friend, Cas, told getwestlondon : "She touched so many people's hearts, she was such a kind, caring person.
"Her smile was contagious, she would liven up any setting. She was loved by so many and her memory will always live on.
"Her soul was too beautiful for this ugly place."
Jane Wheatley, who lived in Southall , knew Charnelle since she was a child and said she was "adored by everyone".
In a matter of hours, the fundraising page to help the family with funeral costs had reached hundreds of pounds.
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