The ‘beautiful’ 14-year-old girl died after becoming involved in an accident in the Scot’s River.
She died after becoming entangled in a Scottish river. Nieve McIsaac encountered difficulties in Bridge of Allan.
She was taken to the Royal Children’s Hospital in Glasgow, but she, unfortunately, died on July 16, according to rescue services.
In a heartfelt statement provided by police, her bereaved family paid tribute to their “much-loved” relative.
“Nieve was a brilliant, humorous, and lovely young girl,” her family members remarked. ” She was a much-loved daughter, sister, granddaughter, and niece, and her passing has left us saddened.”
“We would like to request privacy during this tough period.”
Authorities are assisting Nieve’s family, and a statement will be sent to the Lord Provost.
The spoke person from the local police said during a press that “This is a heartbreaking incident in which a young girl has died.
“The family has asked that they be given privacy at this very difficult time and I would like to ask the public and media to please respect the family’s wishes as they deal with their unimaginable loss.”
Her Classmates and friends have expressed their sorrow and paid respect on social media.
Hundreds of poignant notes and memorials have been written online following Nieve’s death was announced.
“The only person who can make you laugh while weeping your eyes out – we are all so thankful for what u did for us and so proud of you,” one tribute stated.
“Absolutely heartbreaking, forever 14 Nieve,” said another.
Another option: “Nieve, may you rest in peace. 14 years 14.”
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