A 16-YEAR-OLD lady who was killed after being hit by a automotive in Glasgow has at present been remembered as “one in one million”.
Sophie Geddes was struck by the gray Ford Focus in Garscadden on Saturday night time – struggling deadly accidents.
Police at the moment are investigating the crash – with tributes starting to stream for the favored schoolgirl.
Family and friends have taken to social media to recollect the teenager, with one writing: “My excellent large cousin, taken far too quickly. Fly excessive my attractive.”
One other pal added: “My coronary heart is in items. By no means in one million years I believed I would be writing about one of many women, dropping their valuable life.
“Sophie was the weirdest, funniest, caring and superb lady.”
A 3rd added: “Taken far too quickly Soph, you have been one in one million.”
The crash unfolded on Nice Western Highway, close to to its junction with Garscadden Highway South about 7.45pm on Saturday.
Sophie was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth College Hospital in Glasgow however tragically died from her accidents.
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The scene was closed off as cops rushed to the scene on Saturday.
#Sergeant Grant MacIver said, Road Policing Glasgow, said: “We are appealing to drivers or pedestrians who were in the area at the time of the crash to get in touch. We are especially keen to hear from anyone who may have dash-cam footage as this could be very helpful to our investigation.
“Witnesses can contact Road Policing Glasgow via 101. Please quote reference number 3177 of 5 December, 2020.”