Honors are flooding in for a young girl who died in a motorcycle accident.
India Buchanan died in hospital on Monday after suffering serious injuries in a motorcycle accident on the A27 in Salvington.
The 17-year-old from Rustington was a passenger on a motorcycle. A 25-year-old man who was driving the motorcycle was seriously injured.
Last night family and friends stood with their motorcycles at the scene of the Crockhurst Hill incident to commemorate India.
A motorcycle helmet and flowers were attached to a lamp post along with notes commemorating India.
Sam Byrne, India’s aunt, shared pictures of the bikes and floral tributes on Facebook.
She added: “She was loved by so many.”
Another relative, Kimberley Hills, shared photos of India alongside a heartfelt tribute. She wrote: “Sleep tight my beautiful angel.
“You were so kind, caring and such a beautiful soul. You were gone way too soon. We love you so much.”
People from all over Sussex have paid tribute to India.
Philip Strevens, of Shoreham, said: “A good friend of mine will miss you forever Indy rest well.”
Dennis Stoner, from Worthing, said: “My thoughts are with family and friends at this sad time.”
Brighton’s Helen Simmons said: “Rest in peace angel, taken too soon.”
On Saturday, Sussex Police said their next of kin were being assisted by specially trained officers.
The force was asked for comment.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23144234.tributes-pour-rustington-teen-killed-a27-motorbike-crash/?ref=rss Tributes to Rustington teenager killed in motorbike accident on the A27