The school attended by the five-year-old girl who died in a car crash in Derbyshire yesterday has paid tribute to her and her younger sister.
The older girl was a pupil at the Priory Church of England primary school in Worksop.
"One of our Year 1 children died in the accident along with her 22-month-old sister.
"All the Governors, staff and children have been told about the tragic events this afternoon.
"As a school, we will be supporting our children and families during these difficult days.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family and those close to them."
Both girls were killed when two cars collided on the B6042 Crags road in Creswell yesterday afternoon.
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