The family of a 16-year-old girl who died in a horrific car crash along with three others has paid tribute to her.
Four people were killed in a collision in Kingswinford, northwest of London in the UK, on October 13 while a fifth person who was also in the car remains the sole survivor.
A week after the fatal crash, Isabelle Floyd was named on Tuesday (local time) as one of the victims.
The 16-year-old was in the rear passenger seat when the car crashed into a tree.
“Izzie was so loved, cherished and adored by so many family and friends and we were so truly blessed to have her in our lives which has been so tragically cut so short,” her family said in a statement via West Midland Police.
Isabelle had recently started at Dudley College.
“Her ambition and goals had begun, Izzie had never been happier and this gives us some small comfort, as she goes on her path to heaven in peace,” her family said.
The family said in their tribute they were heartbroken and devastated by the loss.
Isabelle died at the scene along with 16-year-old Lucy Tibbetts and 21-year-old Joshua Parkes, who was driving the Skoda Fabia at the time.
On Saturday, Nathan Cartwright, 18, died in hospital following the crash.
A 16-year-old girl who has not been named remains in hospital in a stable condition.
“This is a devastating time for the families of those involved, and we have specially trained officers who are supporting them through this difficult time,” PC Chris Ridge, from the collision investigation unit, said on October 14.
“The loss of these young lives is shocking and deeply upsetting for all involved.”
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