Sister’s heartbreaking tribute to girl, 17, killed when car smashed into tree leaving three other teens seriously hurt


THE heartbroken sister of a 17-year-old girl who died when the car she was travelling in smashed into a tree in Kent has paid tribute to her “amazing” sister.

The teenager was today named by friends as Millie Greenway, as the investigation into the circumstances of her death continued tonight.

Three other passengers – two men, aged 18 and 19, and another 17-year-old girl – were also left with serious injuries from the collision at around 8.20pm on Saturday in the village of Egerton.

Pictured with pink hair, Millie was said to sport a number of different colours, including blue, by friends who said she was “always entertaining” in tributes shared online.

Sophie Greenway, who was Millie’s older sister, said: “Some of you may already know, some of you may not, but my baby sister Millie Greenway was taken from us last night.

“She’ll be forever remembered for her beautiful smile, her amazing energy, and her terrifying temper.

“I wish I had more to say but for now all I can say is I love you, I miss you, and I hope you’re looking down on me sending me the courage I need to survive without you.”

She’ll be forever remembered for her beautiful smile, her amazing energy, and her terrifying temper.

Paramedics were called but Millie, a passenger in the car, sadly died on her way to hospital.

It is believed six people were inside the silver Suzuki Swift with it crashed into the tree.

A 19-year-old man from Ashford and a girl, 17, from Maidstone, have been arrested on suspicion of driving offences.

The pair were taken into custody after they had been discharged from hospital.

They continue to be quizzed by officers while inquiries continue.

Kent Police have urged anyone who saw the car before the crash to come forward.

A spokesman said: “Officers would particularly like to hear from anyone who saw the Suzuki Swift prior to the collision and may be able to help trace its movements and describe the manner it was being driven in.”

Those with information should cal 01622 798538 quoting reference DB/LB/60/20 or email [email protected]#


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