Bristol teenager who died in Wye Valley car crash named as Hannah Rosher
A TEENAGER who died in a car crash in the Wye Valley at the weekend has been named as Hannah Rosher.
The 18-year-old from Bristol was driving a silver Vauxhall Corsa on the A466 between Redbrook and Llandogo on Saturday.
She was on the road near Bigsweir Bridge when her car collided with a tree at about 8.15am.
Hannah was pronounced dead at the scene and the next of kin and coroner were informed.
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Her parents, Steve and Sally Rosher, have issued the following statement on behalf of the family:
"Hannah exuded all that is good in life.
"She was a bright and shining star who was a magnet to all around her.
"Anyone who was privileged enough to have her touch their life in some way will know how badly missed she will be.
"She was a bubbly, feisty, vivacious and beautiful girl who only ever saw the good in people. Anyone who knew her loved her.
"There are no words to describe the pain felt not only by her Mum and Dad and two brothers whose lives will never be the same, but also by her extended family and many many special friends.
"We are all proud and blessed to have had her in our lives albeit only for a short time."
Anyone who witnessed the collision but has not spoken to police should call 101, quoting incident 85 of January 5.