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Hundreds of mourners paid their last respects today at the funeral of schoolgirl Jasmyn Chan, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident in Sheffield.
There were many tributes to 14 year-old Jasmyn, who died as she pushed her friend out of harm's way on Normanton Hill at Intake.
The vicar who conducted today's service said her death had made a deep impression far beyond South Yorkshire as David Hirst reports:
The funeral of schoolgirl Jasmyn Chan, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident, has taken place today.
Hundreds of mourners attended the service at City Road Crematorium in Sheffield.
Tributes were paid to 14-year-old Jasmyn, who died as she pushed her friend out of harm's way in Normanton Hill at Intake.
Reverend Mike Reeder, who took the funeral for Sheffield teenager, Jasmyn Chan, says we should take inspiration from her final, heroic act:
The funeral of a 14-year-old girl who was hailed a hero after a hit-and run accident takes place today.
Jasmyn Chan died after being hit by a car in Sheffield - but only after pushing her friend out of the way. The private ceremony will take place at City Road Crematorium.
Police investigating the death of Sheffield teenager Jasmyn Chan have renewed their appeal for information.
Jasmyn was killed three weeks ago on Normanton Hill when she was struck by a car which did not stop after the crash.
Police are appealing to a man who was seen close to the scene to come forward.
He was reported to have been seen less than a mile away from where the collision occurred, walking in the carriageway of the Mosborough Parkway close to Coisley Hill roundabout, at around 9.30pm.
He is described as white and aged in his late teens to early 20s.
A 32-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday, 14 May. He was bailed pending further police enquiries.
Campaigners have forced Sheffield Council to have a public debate on road safety measures - after the death of a schoolgirl earlier this month. 14 year old Jasmyn Chan was knocked down and killed on Normanton Hill two weeks ago.
A 32 year old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to stop at the scene but has now been bailed. Sandra Bradley who lives on Normanton Hill has now collected more than five thousand names on a petition, triggering a council debate.
The heartbroken parents of a schoolgirl killed in a hit and run accident today made an emotional appeal to the driver to contact police.
Fourteen-year-old Jasmyn Chan died saving her friend when she pushed her out of the path of the car.
Her parents described Jasmyn as "beautiful inside and out" and said they don't know how they'll ever get over losing her.
Tonight police said the net is closing in on the motorist who knocked her down.
From Sheffield, David Hirst reports:
The parents of Jasmyn Chan, who was killed in a hit and run accident at Normanton Hill, Intake, Sheffield on Friday night have delivered a heartbreaking appeal urging driver to give himself up.
Reading from a statement Jasmyn's dad Peter Chan said: "Our family is desperate for answers. Jasmyn was beautiful inside and out. We are all heartbroken and I don't know how we'll ever get over losing her. She was a loving, friendly girl"