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The family of a teenager who died in a motorcycle collision in Worthing have described her as a kind and caring girl who made everyone laugh.
Emergency services attended the A27 at Crockhurst Hill in Salvington where a motorcycle had crashed at about 9.25pm on Friday, November 18.
Tragically, 17-year-old India Buchanan from Rustington later died in hospital.
In a tribute to her, her family said: “India was a kind and caring 17-year-old with an infectious laugh, who always wanted to make other people happy.
“She was a motorcycle enthusiast and animal lover who adored her beloved cat Elsa. She will be a forever missed daughter, sister, niece, and auntie to Dexter.”
Specially-trained officers are supporting her family, and officers are continuing to investigate the incident.
Police are continuing to investigate the collision.
Anyone with relevant information, dashcam or CCTV footage at the time of the collision is asked to come forward.
Information can be reported to Sussex Police online, by calling 101, or by emailing: [email protected] and quote Operation Loxton.
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