Angela Burke Wiki – Angela Burke Biography
Angela Burke is the mother of 14 years old Courtney Ellis Killed by a driver ruined by the ‘disgusting behavior’ of lowlifes. Burke was left “disgusted” and “shocked” on what would have been her daughter’s 15th birthday.
Courtney Ellis died on September 19, 2020. The crash happened after Courtney had been in a park with a friend and her sister. The teenager, whose mum described her as “bubbly” and having “a great sense of humor “was taken to hospital and later died from her injuries.
At the time, Merseyside Police arrested two teenagers in connection with her death who were later released from custody and investigations continue.
Angela Burke and Daughter Courtney Ellis Age
Angela Burke’s age is unclear yet and her daughter Courtney Ellis died at the age of 14.
Courtney Ellis Accident & birthday
The crash happened after Courtney had been in a park with a friend and her sister. The teenager, whose mum described her as “bubbly” and having “a great sense of humor “was taken to hospital and later died from her injuries.
Shortly before 10 pm on September 19, 2020, 14-year-old Courtney Ellis, from Haydock in St Helens, was fatally injured in a crash on Blackbrook Road.
Angela told the ECHO that the night before her dad had visited the bench and she drove past and saw it was still intact.
But when a family friend arrived the morning of Courtney’s birthday with balloons, she alerted Angela to the fact it had been “scraped off.”
Angela said: “On the 16th, Courtney’s birthday, my friend went about 9 am to put balloons there and said the plaques been stolen – the bench is still there but the plaque is gone. The night before her birthday as well, I thought it was disgusting.
“I didn’t feel sad, I felt angry. I thought who’s done that, it’s her birthday today.
“I was shocked. I thought I can’t let this get me down. I kind of prepared myself and my daughter Morgan and everyone to go over to see the bench. But going to celebrate this day, it’s hard enough.
“When the bench was put down and we were waiting for the plaque it didn’t feel like a memorial bench for Courtney, it was just a bench. But when the plaque was there I thought I love this and now it doesn’t seem right.”