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‘A wonderful and beautiful girl’ and ‘a shining example’ were just some of the tributes made to tragic hit-and-run victim Jasmyn Chan today.

Reverend Mike Reeder read out heartfelt messages of love for the 14-year-old who was killed trying to save her friend on Normanton Hill, Intake, on May 9, at her funeral today.

Floral tributes paid to Jasmyn Chan

Floral tributes paid to Jasmyn Chan

Reading one from a friend, he said: “I wouldn’t be where I am today if she hadn’t have been with me in everything. I love and miss my beautiful girl billions.”

Another said: “I miss Jasmyn so much. Everyone does. She was such a wonderful and beautiful girl. Nobody will ever forget Jazz. She is loved so much.”

Michael Fogg, of Michael Fogg Independent Funeral Directors, added: “This girl is a hero.

“To sacrifice her own life to save another is beyond belief at just 14 years old.

“We expect it of soldiers. But for a child to act like she did. There’s no words for it - she deserves a bravery award.”

Star readers also took to Facebook to add their tributes to Jasmyn.

Sharon Beech said: “Hope the family finds the strength to help them through and that the person that did this are brought to justice.”

Marie Gore added: “You were a shining example in life and now you will shine brightly in the sky.”

Pick up The Star tomorrow for the full story on Jasmyn’s heroic send-off.

 

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