By Harriet Ernstsons Monday 16 September 2013 Updated: 18/09 18:06
THE FAMILY of a woman who died after a crash on the outskirts of Redditch have paid tribute to their 'little cherub'.
Rebecca Flay - known as Beckiie - passed away on Friday afternoon following the collision on the Studley Road at around 8.20am on Monday, September 9.
Beckiie, aged 20, was a former Studley High School pupil and worked part time at Tesco Express in Studley and Boots in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre.
She was driving a black Volkswagen Lupo with sister Stephanie, aged 22, in the passenger seat. Both sustained serious injuries and were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham where Stephanie's condition is improving.
Parents Charles and Dawn Flay from Studley said: "Beckiie was very much loved by everyone who came into contact with her and always had a smile on her face.
"Rebecca was so full of life, always helpful and caring in every way possible from her very early school years growing up in the village of Studley, and then attending NEW College in Redditch to study beauty therapy. Throughout Rebecca was very hard working, giving her all - always 110 per cent.
"Rebecca was our little cherub and grew up to be a beautiful and stunning young woman. Rebecca has filled her family and the hearts of everyone in the local community with many pleasant memories that will live on forever. Her main aim in life was to give joy to others, especially her family and friends.
"Beckiie will be sadly missed by all who came in contact with her from her very early years to present day."
The driver of the yellow Peugeot 307 also involved in the crash, a 23-year-old woman from Redditch, was treated at the Alexandra Hospital for whiplash and shock.
Anyone with any information should call PC Mark Roberts on 0300 333 3000, quoting incident number 84-s-090913.
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