Teen girl, 18, dies after being hit by car outside her school as family pays tribute to 'happy, kind and caring young lady'

Millie Taylor-Noonan, 18, was remembered as a "happy, kind, caring and beautiful" young lady after she was hit by the car outside Sir William Robertson Academy.

The young woman was airlifted to hospital after the tragedy on Tuesday but tragically died.

Her family today revealed their heartbreak – but said they had taken comfort that the young girl had made the choice to have her organs donated to help others.

In a statement, Millie's family said: "Millie was a happy, kind, caring and beautiful young lady.

"Millie was really passionate about the environment. For her 18th birthday she did not want presents but asked for people to donate to the Clean Oceans campaign."

They said she was also a member of the Centre for Alternative Technology, in Wales, and completed the Walk For Wildlife, with Chris Packham.

They added: "Millie had also made the choice that at the end of her life her organs should be donated, to help others.

"She was fantastic at school: all her teachers loved her and she worked hard. She was going to go to university and study the subjects that she was passionate about.

"She was loved by everyone, and was beautiful inside and out."

She was loved by everyone, and was beautiful inside and out

Lincolnshire Police said they had been called to Main Road in Welbourn on Tuesday after reports a teen had been hit by a car.

Authorities said they would now like to speak to anyone who witnessed the crash.

It comes after a 16-year-old girl Eliza Bill was killed in Osbournby this week.

In a statement, her family said: "Eliza was the most beautiful soul. She touched the hearts of all who knew her with kindness and caring.

"She leaves us with broken hearts that will never mend."



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