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Parents' tribute to crash girl.

A "MUCH-loved" shop worker has died in hospital after a car crash which left her sister seriously hurt.

Rebecca Flay, from Studley, near Redditch, was fatally injured when her Volkswagon Lupo collided with a Peugeot 307 on the B4083 Studley Road, on the Worcestershire-Warwickshire border, on September 9. The 20-year-old's sister, Stephanie, 22, was a passenger in the Lupo.

She was being treated at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital and her condition was said to be improving.

The sisters' parents, Charles and Dawn Flay, said: "Beckiie was very much loved by everyone who came into contact with her and always had a smile on her face.

"(She) was so full of life, always helpful and caring in every way possible.

"Rebecca was our little cherub and grew up to be a beautiful and stunning young woman.

"Beckiie will be sadly missed by all who came in contact with her, from her very early years to present day."

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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Sep 17, 2013
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