'The world has missed out on your beautiful dancing'
Tributes have been paid to a Scunthorpe woman who died in a crash.
Emma Wright, 20, of Queensway in Scunthorpe, died after being hit by a car on West Common Lane on Friday, November 25.
She was taken to hospital but died as a result of her injuries.
Her Facebook page has been flooded with messages of condolence to the keen dancer, who has been described as "an absolute gem" by friends.
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Marie Coy said: "Sleep tight baby girl. You are the brightest star in the sky.
"It still hurts knowing that you are gone. I still can't believe it."
Emma Marie Hellewell said: "Sweet dreams sweetheart. Such tragic news.
"You were an absolute gem who always had a smile on your face. Never ever have I seen you down or upset.
"You are in a better place now, Emma. God rest your soul, my friend. Thinking of you always."
Sam Oakland said: "Emma, you were my best friend, you made me so happy, made me cry with happiness. I love you so much it hurts."
Katrina May Norris said: "It is crazy how things can change in an instant.
"It just hurts to know you could have gone so far with your talent and now the world has missed out on seeing your beautiful dancing."
Jessica Elizabeth Pepperell said: "Rest in peace Emma. Love you so much. We shared some great times and you will be dearly missed.
"You were the best duet partner, even when everything went wrong – such a talented dancer."
Charlotte Tonii Ellis said: "Your dry wit and your humour, your grin and devilish smile – no-one knew what you would do next. You had one unique style.
"Always there for everyone, so dependable, sincere, kind, gentle and caring. It felt good to have known you."
The former North Lindsey College pupil was hit by a grey Renault Megane shortly after 5am on Friday, November 25.
She was taken to Scunthorpe General Hospital following the collision but died as a result of her injuries.
A 21-year-old male pedestrian was also injured in the collision and was treated for wrist injuries.
The driver, a 39-year-old man from Scunthorpe, was not injured in the collision.
A statement from North Lindsey College said: "We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to Emma's family."
Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the collision or who may have seen the vehicle or pedestrians prior to the incident to come forward.
Anyone with information is asked to call Humberside Police on 101, quoting log number 79 of November 25.