Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Family Mourn Their 'Princess' Killed by Van in Hit-and-Run

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Family Mourn Their 'Princess' Killed by Van in Hit-and-Run

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Byline: ROB SINGH

THE family of a teenager killed in a hit-and-run accident paid tribute today to their "princess".

Natalie Glasgow, 17, died after she was hit by a van while walking home from May Day celebrations at a pub.

A close friend who was with her, 16-year-old Stephanie Taylor, suffered serious injuries when she was struck by the vehicle in Loughton, Essex on Sunday night.

Both girls were taken to Whipps Cross hospital following the accident.

Trainee hairdresser Natalie died of her injuries the following morning.

Clutching a photo of his daughter, Natalie's distraught father, Paul, 44, said: "Look what he has taken away from us." Paul, Natalie's mother Tracey, 39, and Natalie's two younger brothers, Scott and Bruce, were today being comforted by family and friends.

In a statement the Glasgows said: "Natalie was a fun-loving girl. She was very well-liked with a large circle of friends.

She was best friend to her Mum. …

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