Manchester

Tribute to Reddish teenage crash victim

Simone Hill
Image caption Simone Hill was "adored" by her family, they said

An 18-year-old woman who was killed in a crash in Stockport was "full of life", her family have said.

Simone Hill was a rear seat passenger in a VW Golf which was in collision with a Honda Accord in Reddish Road, Reddish on Monday afternoon.

The cars collided at the junction with Rupert Street. Three other vehicles were then involved in minor bumps.

Miss Hill was pronounced dead at the scene. In a statement, her family said her memory would live on.

"From the first second to the last, Simone was full of life," they said.

"She cared for everybody she knew and was cared for by everybody she knew.

"She had the eyes of an angel and a smile that would brighten everybody's day.

"Her memory will live on in all who knew her.

"Her family, mum and dad, brother Liam and partner Luke all adored her and everyone that knew her will miss her forever and always."

The driver of the car she was travelling in was not injured and another passenger suffered a minor injury.

Greater Manchester Police still want to hear from anyone who may have seen the collision or the build up to it.

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