Devastated family pay tribute to Disneyland worker, 24, killed in horror crash

Tributes have been paid to a Disneyland worker who was tragically killed in a crash involving three cars and a lorry.

Courtney Davies, 24, passed away when her MG car was involved in an accident with a Renault Clio, a BMW and a Mercedes HGV on Monday, December 14.

She was sadly pronounced dead at the scene, after she had been travelling on the A15 in Lincolnshire at around 5.40pm.

Emergency services raced to the incident but couldn't save her life police said.

Courtney, who was born in Kentucky, USA, had a "remarkable life" which she lived to the full, her heartbroken family have said in a statement.

The 24-year-old returned to England with her dad, Trevor, mum Giny and twin sisters Amy and Emma.

She attended Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School in Horncastle.

Courtney obtained a degree in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University.

Her family said: "Courtney worked at Disneyland, Florida and was an events manager at the time of her death.

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"She also had a lovely singing voice and sang all the time.

"She brought light, joy and a smile to everyone she met and will be greatly missed by her family, friends and colleagues."

At the time of the incident, a spokesman for Lincolnshire Police said: "We are appealing for anyone who was travelling on the A15 north of Caenby Corner immediately prior to the collision and may have seen any of the vehicles involved, or has dashcam footage or the collision itself.

"We would like to hear from you if you have any information that could assist the inquiry."

Witnesses are urged to call 101, quoting incident 328 of December 14.

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