Family pays tribute to crash victim

The family of Chloe Goose who tragically died following a road traffic collision in Queens Road, Hethersett, on Saturday (July 8), have spoken to pay tribute to a much-loved daughter and sister.

The family of Chloe Goose who tragically died following a road traffic collision in Queens Road, Hethersett, on Saturday (July 8), have spoken to pay tribute to a much-loved daughter and sister.

The popular 14-year-old, who lived with her family on the Steepletower Estate in Hethersett, was a student at Hethersett High School and is described by her family as a beautiful, lively and outgoing personality.

Chloe's father David said: “She was just so bubbly and outgoing, if you ever met her you'd never forget her. She had so many special friends who she loved to spend time with.

“We are completely devastated and so are so many of her friends. This has affected so many people. Everybody who knew her loved her. She was such a character.”

Chloe's mother Sue said: “She was such a beautiful daughter and a wonderful sister and we are so lost without her.

“She was such a friendly person with a lovely sense of humour. She made everyone laugh and was always happy. She would speak to anyone. She had a wonderful life and lived it to the full. She had so many hopes and dreams for the future and so much to offer.”

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Chloe, who was the youngest of three children, was an intelligent and sporty youngster and had had a keen interest in race-skiing and had participated in the sport both in the UK and France. She had been a member of Norfolk Race Team.

Chloe has two brothers: Danny, 17, and Jamie, 15, who dearly loved their sister and have been left shattered by her death. Mrs Goose said: “They will never forget her.”

Chloe's father David said: “I would urge anyone who knows anything about this accident to tell the police.”