The family of a teenager who died when the car she was travelling in hit a deer have paid tribute to "a true star in their lives".
Eighteen-year-old Daniela Ruggiero, from Hoddesdon in Hertfordshire, was killed in the crash on the A10 yesterday.
Today her family said: “Daniela was a very special and much loved daughter, sister, grand-daughter, niece, cousin and friend.
“She will be greatly missed by everyone who was touched by her greatness. She was born to dance, and is now dancing with the angels. A true star in our lives.”
A 17-year-old, who was in the same car as Daniela, also died as a result of the crash which took place on the northbound carriageway between Ware and the A120 Puckeridge exit.
The girls' Citroen C1 hit a deer and another car then collided with them.
Daniela's family is keen to trace a woman, called Diane, who was driving a Mercedes and helped the teenager's mother and auntie yesterday.
Contact Hertfordshire Police on 101.
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