By Connie Osborne Tuesday 24 September 2013 Updated: 24/09 16:16
THE FUNERAL of a girl who died after a crash on the outskirts of Redditch will take place next week.
Rebecca Flay- known as Beckiie- tragically lost her life on Friday, September 13, following a collision on the Studley Road about 8.20am on September 9.
The 20-year-old, who worked part time at Tesco Express in Studley and Boots in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre, was driving a black Volkswagen Lupo with her sister Stephanie who was in the passenger seat when the collision happened.
Both sustained serious injuries and were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham where Stephanie is still recovering from injuries.
The former Studley High School pupil's funeral will take place at Studley Parish Church on Wednesday (October 2) at 12.45pm.
The service will be followed by committal at Redditch Crematorium which will be attended by close family members and friends.
There will be family flowers only and donations in Rebecca’s memory will be given to the Trauma Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital where she was treated. Cheques can be made payable to Redditch funeral directors Thomas Brothers.
Her family said she would be remembered as 'a beautiful daughter and sister, a dearly loved and special granddaughter, niece and cousin'.
The driver of the yellow Peugeot 307 which was also involved in the crash - a 23-year-old woman from Redditch - was treated for whiplash and shock.
Anyone with any information about the incident should call PC Mark Roberts on 0300 333 3000, quoting incident number 84-s-090913.
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