A 16-year-old girl was hit and killed by a train in Kent, she has been remembered by friends as a person who had a “heart of gold”.
Jasmine Morris was tragically killed when struck by a Southeastern train early Wednesday morning.
After the tragedy unfolded at Swanley Station in Kent at around 6 am, the teenager’s heartbroken friends have paid tribute to their dear friend.
Skye Harris, 16, was Jasmine’s best friend and was amongst the crowd of devastated friends laying out floral tributes and playing music outside the station.
She told The Sun: “She had a heart of gold, she was the nicest and most naturally pretty girl I’ve ever seen.
“She was perfect.
“She loved baking, she was amazing at baking cakes, she loved drawing.”
On social media, one of her friends wrote: “Rest in peace to the most loveliest and most stunning girl I ever met.
“Jasmine you truly had a heart of gold and I can’t believe what’s happened.”
Another wrote: “Rest In Peace Jasmine Morris .. you was an amazing girl, inside and out.
“Always so kind throughout primary, and all of secondary. We all love you and miss you.”
A third friend added: “Words can’t describe how broken I am.
“One of the nicest girls you would of ever met.
“I can’t get over it Jas, we will all miss you lots and will always love you. Fly high gorgeous. We will meet again another day.”
It was confirmed on July 22 by Southeastern that the lines had been shut for two hours after it had been reported that a person had been hit by a train between St Mary Cray and Sole Street.
A spokesperson for British Transport Police said that officers had been called to the station after there had been reports of a casualty on the tracks.
They said: “Paramedics also attended, however sadly a person was pronounced dead at the scene.
“The incident is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner.”
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