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Devastated family of girl, 15, killed in BMW train pile-up contend ‘words can't report the pain’

THE DEVASTATED family of a 15-year-old girl killed in a train stop horror pound have expelled a distressing tribute.

Tragic Katelyn Dawson was waiting to go to Shelley College in West Yorks when a BMW ploughed into the train stop.

 Katelyn Dawson, 15, died after a automobile crashed into a train stop in Huddersfield
Katelyn Dawson, 15, died after a automobile crashed into a train stop in Huddersfield

The teen’s unhappy family have now expelled a matter saying: “We are ravaged at the detriment of the pleasing Katelyn and it is no deceit to contend difference can't report the pain we are all feeling.

“We wish to appreciate those who have shown such adore and support at this awful time and now ask that we are given some remoteness to suffer as we try to come to terms with the bulk of the loss.”

Katelyn was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries but sadly upheld divided at around 6.15pm on Wednesday.

Three other people were harmed in the horror pile-up in Huddersfield including a 47-year-old lady who suffered two broken legs.

 Hundreds of unhappy friends and kin of Katelyn Dawson collected together for a candlelit burial on Thursday night
Hundreds of unhappy friends and kin of Katelyn Dawson collected together for a candlelit burial on Thursday night
 Hundreds of mourners collected to compensate reverence to comfortless schoolgirl Katelyn Dawson
Hundreds of mourners collected to compensate reverence to comfortless schoolgirl Katelyn Dawson
 Year 11 tyro Katelyn has been described by her friends as 'amazing, kind, humorous and beautiful'
Year 11 tyro Katelyn has been described by her friends as ‘amazing, kind, humorous and beautiful’

Another teenage girl, 17, was taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries, while the motorist of the BMW, a 51-year-old man, was also harm in the crash.

Tributes have been flooding in for “amazing, kind, humorous and beautiful” Katelyn, who was a penetrating dancer and member of Caspers Freestyle Dance School in Brighouse.

On Thursday, some-more than 350 people collected for a poignant candlelit burial to compensate their respects to the teenager.

Tearful pals holding candles wandered around consoling any other with hugs as heart-shaped balloons were expelled into the night sky, sparking applause from the crowds.

The entertainment of people who incited out to compensate reverence to the renouned teen was so vast that police were forced to close one line and organise on-coming traffic.

 The black BMW ploughed into a train preserve in Huddersfield
The black BMW ploughed into a train preserve in Huddersfield
 More than 350 people came together to compensate reverence to the 15-year-old who died on Wednesday
More than 350 people came together to compensate reverence to the 15-year-old who died on Wednesday

A black and white print featuring a sketch of the teen was pasted on the back of a highway sign.

It read: “10/01/18. RIP princess #Katelyn’s world”.

A crony of Katelyn’s, Siana Clavin, said: “She was the many bubbly and fun person I’ve ever met.

“Katelyn was so beautiful and it’s so unhappy she’s not here any some-more – she was just so beholden for all she had in life.”

 The 15-year-old girl was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries but sadly upheld away
The 15-year-old girl was airlifted to hospital with life-threatening injuries but sadly upheld away

Huddersfield Town’s blurb executive Sean Jarvis pronounced Katelyn’s death will be noted at the club’s Premier League strife with West Ham on Saturday.

In a Facebook post he said: “Please get concerned in the 15th notation applause on Saturday for the comfortless collision that took the life of a immature girl (and leaves 2 in a vicious condition) and has repelled the community.

“Please share and widespread the word.

“We will put a picture of her on the big screen on the 15th minute.

“Terriers let’s show the respect.”

More than 250 people have lifted over £4,000 in reduction than 24 hours to compensate for the teenager’s funeral.

John McNally, principal of Shelley College, pronounced on Thursday: “Katelyn was a passionate, renouned student, who was just starting to realize how much intensity she had.

“She desired life and lived it to the full. She desired to dance and was starting to devise her options for when she left school this year.

“Her loss, at a time when she had all to demeanour brazen to in life, is unhappy over words.”


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