Tribute to Olivia Jefferies who died in Oxfordshire crash

Olivia Jefferies
Image caption Olivia Jefferies was studying for her A-levels, her family said

A family has paid tribute to their "cherished" daughter who was killed when her car crashed into a ditch in Oxfordshire.

Olivia Jefferies, 18, was driving a Peugeot 107 when it was in collision with a Ford Focus on the B4100 near Adderbury, on Sunday.

Firefighters were called after the car rolled down a ditch. Ms. Jefferies was declared dead at the scene.

Her family said the Oxford High School pupil had an "amazing presence".

"[She] was a much loved daughter, sister and young adult member of the Oxfordshire community," they said in a statement.

'Cheeky personality'

"Livi was a popular pupil at Oxford High where she attained high grades at GCSE and was studying for her A-levels.

"She had an amazing presence, tremendous sense of adventure and love for life.

"Livi loved to combine travel with fashion, spoke fluent French and had great ambitions to see the world.

"Her bubbly and natural cheeky personality will always be cherished and sadly missed by her family and numerous friends."

The driver of the Ford was taken to hospital for treatment.

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