Teenage beauty queen and friend, both 18, killed in horrific auto crash

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 17, 2017

The family of a teenager who died in a crash in Cumbria have paid tribute to a "kind, caring girl" who "made the world a better place".

Skye Olivia Mitchell was driving a Toyota Yaris when it collided with a Ford Transit van on the A595 near Bootle shortly before 8pm on Friday.

She and front seat passenger Caitlin Lydia Huddleston, both 18 and from Millom, died at the scene.

The 51-year-old male who was in the other vehicle, a Ford Transit, also remains in hospital, with his condition described as serious but stable.

The 51-year-old, local, male, driver of the Ford Transit suffered serious injuries.

They wrote: "Skye made the world a better place and Skye's world was a wonderful world to be in".

They said: 'Skye will be very sadly missed by her Mam - Sharon Fry, Dad - Ian Mitchell, Step-mam - Margo, sisters- Candice and Millie, her grandparents, aunties, uncles, cousins, boyfriend -Aidan, and her many, many friends who all loved her dearly.

The youngster had recently completed her A-levels and was looking forward to studying broadcast journalism at the University of Salford later this year.

Skye was Millom Carnival Queen in 2012 and followed this by winning the Junior Miss South Lakes title.

A year later she launched an anti-bullying campaign, which her family said she was passionate about and had featured in national media.

A spokeswoman for Cumbria Police said: 'Specially trained officers are supporting the families at this time.

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