Woman killed in Bath car crash
An 18-year-old woman from Bath has been killed in a car crash in the city.
The teenager had been driving a car which struck a parked vehicle and then overturned at Crown Road between Weston Lane and Penn Hill Road in the early hours of Saturday morning.
She died at the scene of the incident, which happened just after 2am.
Two other people in the Peugeot 205 car were treated at the Royal United Hospital for minor injuries but have since been released.
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Bath football team AFC Durbin United cancelled their game scheduled for Saturday afternoon out of respect for the teenager.
Her identity has not been officially released, but tributes from her friends on Twitter describe her as a "true angel" and "a brilliant friend."
A family liaison officer has been appointed to support the victim’s relatives.
Anyone with information about the incident should call PC Stephen Phipps from the road policing unit on 101.