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Family pays tribute to girl killed in Osbournby road accident

By Grantham Reporter

The family of a 16-year-old girl has paid tribute to her after she was killed in an accident in Osbournby on Monday.

Police have confirmed the girl was Eliza Bill, from Threekingham, a pedestrian who died in an incident involving a Scania lorry on London Road, Osbournby, at about 4.40pm. A 14-year-old girl was injured in the incident. Her injuries are reported not to be serious.

In a statement, Eliza's family said: "Eliza was the most beautiful soul. She touched the hearts of all who knew her with kindness and caring.

Eliza Bill (5817911)
Eliza Bill (5817911)

“She leaves us with broken hearts that will never mend.

“We will love you always, our princess. Your mum, dad and sister.”

Lincolnshire Police said the family would also like to say thank you to all in the local community and all of her friends who have been so kind to them since they moved to the area earlier this year.

A police spokesman said: "We would like to hear from anyone who was in the area of London Road, Osbournby, around 4.40pm on December 3 and saw the collision or saw a Scania lorry prior to the collision. Please call 101 quoting incident 290 of December 3."


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