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US News Man admits causing death of 10-year-old girl in 'hit-and-run'

13:45  28 october  2019
13:45  28 october  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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A man will appear in court charged with causing the death of a “beautiful” 10 - year - old girl in an alleged hit - and - run . In a statement after her death in hospital, Melissa’s parents, Michael Tate and Kimberley Wilson, said the schoolgirl had saved the lives of sick children after the family decided to

a close up of a smiling girl taking a selfie: Melissa Tate, 10, was killed in a suspected hit and run © PA Melissa Tate, 10, was killed in a suspected hit and run A man has admitted causing the death of a 10-year-old girl in a hit-and- run collision in Newcastle.

Melissa Tate suffered fatal injuries after being hit by a car on Hillsview Avenue in Kenton, Newcastle, on the evening of 25 September.

She later died in hospital.

Connor Marsden, 24, of Ambridge Way in Kenton, pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court to causing the death of the schoolgirl.

He also admitted causing death by driving while uninsured and while unlicensed.

All of the charges relate to the crash which led to Melissa's death.

Melissa's father Michael Tate said his daughter was "a beautiful, smart, funny, cheeky and laid-back girl who had a heart of gold and not a bad bone in her body".

"She could brighten up anyone's day and all she ever wanted to do is help people," he said.

In a statement following her death, Melissa's parents, Mr Tate and Kimberley Wilson, said the schoolgirl had saved the lives of sick children after the family decided to donate her organs.

"Even after passing she still went on to help others by donating her organs," they said.

Marsden will be sentenced at a later date.

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