Lancaster: Tribute to M61 motorway death crash girl, 12,

Ebony Gould Image copyright Family Handout
Image caption Ebony Gould was described as 'hardworking, loving, caring, and amazing'

Tributes have been paid to a 12-year-old girl who died in a motorway pile-up.

Ebony Gould was in a Nissan Micra that was in collision with a motorhome, after hitting the central reservation on the M61 on Saturday.

"Heaven has gained the most hardworking, loving, caring, amazing girl," her family said in a statement.

The Micra driver, a 27-year-old woman from Lancaster, suffered minor injuries, said Lancashire Police.

Police are looking for two men who fled the scene after a foreign-registered Audi also hit the back of the same motorhome.

They are described as eastern-European males, aged in their 30s, around 6ft tall.

One of the males had a bald head and was wearing a "navy bomber jacket".

The other is described as wearing a black beanie hat and all black clothing, carrying a black holdall.

A Ford Fiesta also crashed into the central barrier, the force said.

Sgt Marc Glass said: "Our thoughts remain with Ebony's family and friends at this incredibly difficult time."

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