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14 June 2011, 12:01 | Updated: 14 June 2011, 12:48
Tributes have been paid to an schoolgirl who died in the Thames Valley over the weekend.
Olivia Jefferies, who was 18 years old, died following a crash on the B4100 between Aynho and Adderbury on Sunday at around 11pm.
Her family paid this tribute:
"Olivia Jefferies was a much loved daughter, sister and young adult member of the Oxfordshire community. Livi was a popular pupil at Oxford High where she attained high grades at GCSE and was studying for her A Levels."
"She had an amazing presence, tremendous sense of adventure and love for life. Livi loved to combine travel with fashion, spoke fluent French and had great ambitions to see the world. Her bubbly and natural cheeky personality will always be cherished and sadly missed by her family and numerous friends."