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Tributes Paid To Banbury A361 Victim
Family Tributes To Banbury A361 Victim
Thames Valley Police is issuing a tribute to Ferne Campbell who died following a road traffic collision on Monday (5/9) when the silver Toyota Yaris she was travelling in collided with a tree near the A361 near Williamscote Hill, Banbury.
Sadly, Ferne, aged 19, from Northamptonshire, subsequently died from injuries sustained in the collision.
Tribute issued on behalf of Ferne’s parents, Peter and Ondine Campbell
“As Ferne's parents, we wish to pay tribute to our only child: Our beautiful, vibrant and loving daughter. She was our life and we were, and still are, immensely proud of her. We ask that any parent reading these words will hold their child when next they see them and tell them how much they are loved.”
If you have any information about the collision which took place at around 9.55am on 5/9 and have not yet spoken to the police then please call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting URN 353 5/9.
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