Azra Kemal, 24, was travelling from London when she fell from a bridge on the A21 onto the land below, her mum confirmed today.
Detectives said yesterday they believed the London School of Economics law grad fell while desperately looking for help after a car she was travelling in caught on fire.
Speaking of her daughter’s death today, Azra’s mum Nevres Kemal, 56, told the Daily Mail: “She was driving along the A21 with friends in the car.
“They got out of the car and moved away from the car. Then it exploded. They were trying to wave people down and also they crossed the central reservation.
“She climbed up and there was no concrete. This reservation was not there. It was pitch black so she has fallen 40 feet to the earth.
“She was still alive. The guy jumped down and could not see her.
“She said ‘Don’t leave me here’.
“Fortunately an off-duty nurse was passing and saw the car and she called the paramedics. The accident happened at 2.34am and she was pronounced dead at 3.20am.
“Her last words were ‘Please don’t let me die’.”
Police were called to the horror incident in Kent at 2.34am on Thursday, where they found a woman had fallen to her death near the scene of the car fire.
Azra, who was due to start a law practice course this year, was on her way home from a night out with friends when the engine of the car she was in burst into flames.
She was travelling with a 31-year-old friend and had called her mum just minutes earlier to say she was on her way home.
She and her friend got out of the car and tried to flag down traffic on the opposite carriageway.
But she climbed over the barrier and plunged 40 ft.
Ms Kemal said: “She rang about 2.30am to tell me something, that she was coming back.
She added: “She was such a giver, she was so bright and feisty.”
“She was my world. I can’t cry anymore. She doted on me and I doted on her. She was a beautiful soul.”
Tributes came flooding in for Azra yesterday as friends and family planned her memorial.
One friend has posted: “In the early hours of yesterday morning, our beautiful friend Azra was tragically taken from us.”