Teenage girl killed in A34 crash with lorry named as friends continue recovery

The name has been released of a teenage girl who died after being seriously injured in a crash with a lorry. Georgia Ogden, aged 17, was travelling in a car when it collided with the HGV in the early hours. Two other teenagers in the car were also seriously injured and taken to the Royal Stoke University Hospital and are continuing their painful recovery.

Now South Cheshire Coroner’s Office has confirmed it has been notified of Congleton teenager Georgia’s death with an inquest due to be opened next week. A shrine – featuring dozens of floral tributes, messages and photographs – has been created near the crash scene.

Floral tributes have been left at the scene

The crash happened at the junction of Peel Lane and the A34 Newcastle Road, in the Astbury area of Congleton at around 2.30am on Thursday last week (June 25). Cheshire Police closed off the road – between the junctions of Fol Hollow and Child’s Lane – for a number of hours to allow for accident investigation works.

It is understood that the lorry driver did not require hospital treatment.

Anyone with information about the collision should call the police on 101.

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