Lucy Tibbetts Wiki – Lucy Tibbetts Biography
Lucy Tibbetts was one of the Victims of the Birmingham horror car crash. She was a schoolgirl who died in a terror attack that left two others fighting for their lives. The tragic car crash in the West Midlands.
She was just 16-years-old.
Lucy Tibbetts 5 Life Facts
- Lucy never hurt anyone. She was a lovely girl.
- She had started a new job and was sorting her life out, but now she’s lost it.
- She had done accounting at college and started an apprenticeship.
- She struggled with anxiety and other girls would give her a hard time because they were jealous of how pretty she was.
- One friend of the girls said: They were innocent girls, they didn’t deserve this.
Pals said Joshua had been overtaking another car at 90mph on the 30mph road when he lost control of the Skoda and crashed into a tree.
Friends said he may have racing another vehicle or was aware a police car was in the vicinity at the time.
One friend, who was laying flowers at the scene, said: “I know Lucy who died and Nathan who was in the passenger seat.
“Nathan is a hospital in Birmingham with a bleed on his brain. He’s having surgery because he’s also got a damaged spine.
“He [Josh] was going over 90mph and coming up behind another car.
“It’s a busy road, a fast road and we need to do something about it like a speed camera. It’s ridiculous the way people drive along here.
“I called my husband and when we went outside the police were already there doing CPR on them while waiting for the ambulance.
“Once we saw the police there we just let them do their job.
“I feel so sorry for them and their families to have lost someone so young.
“I slept on and off but couldn’t get it out of my mind.
“The ambulance lights were flashing for a long time.”
Victims of Birmingham Crash
The victims of the tragic crash in the West Midlands have been named Lucy Tibbetts. Tributes have poured in for the two 16-year-old girls and a 21-year-old Joshua Parkes who died in the horror smash on Tuesday.
The victims from the horror crash on Tuesday have been named locally, after two teenage girls and a man died when a car hit a tree.
Joshua Parkes, 21, Lucy Tibbets, and Izzie Floyd both 16-years-old died when the car they were traveling in plowed into the tree.
Two victims are still fighting for their lives in hospital, identified as 16-year-old Izzie Ramsell and 18-year-old Nathan Cartwright.
The tragic crash involved a yellow Skoda Fabia which crashed on Bromley Lane in Kingswinford, the West Midlands, at around 8.50 pm yesterday, October 13.