Tributes paid to 'sassy, bubbly and kind-hearted' teenager killed in Cheshire crash

The family of a 17-year-old girl who died in a collision near have paid tribute to her.

Georgia Ogden, who lived in Congleton, was a passenger in a Suzuki Swift which collided with a heavy goods vehicle at the junction of Peel Lane with the A34 Newcastle Road around 2.30am on Thursday 25 June.

Georgia was taken to the Royal Stoke University Hospital, where she sadly died.

Her family are being supported by specialist officers and have issued the following tribute to her:

“We will never make any sense of this devastatingly tragic event and how our beautiful babe has been snatched away from us in an instance.

“Georgia (Gee or Oggy to her family and friends) a stunningly beautiful, sassy, bubbly and kind-hearted soul who lit up any room from the moment she walked in.

“She was known by everyone for her beautiful smile, infectious laugh and randomly breaking out into song and dance.

“Gee has touched the hearts of so many during her 17 years with her amazingly funny personality and loving nature.

“She will live on forever in all of our hearts.”

Two other girls, aged 17and 18, sustained serious injuries as a result of the collision and they both remain in hospital.

The driver of the heavy goods vehicle did not require hospital treatment.

If anyone has any information or dashcam please contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting IML 738643.

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