“Shine in the Sky” – Tribute to 14-year-old Olivia Kolek after fatal accident at Rowley Regis station


Flowers and tributes have been dropped outside Rowley Regis station where a schoolgirl was tragically killed in a New Year’s Eve accident.

Olivia Kolek, 14, has died after colliding with a Mercedes on Station Road on her way to a tea time house party.

Heartbroken friends and supporters of the beloved teenager tied tribute messages and bouquets to a crosswalk near the stage.

Read more: Mom of 14-year-old girl killed in Rowley Regis crash pays tribute to Olivia Kolek

A poignant letter read: “To Olivia you had a long life ahead of you but it was taken too soon.

“You were a very inspiring and laughing person.

“Shine in the sky because you were a star and always will be. Shania XO has always been missed.”

Other posts, titled “my best friend,” were left with a stuffed dog.



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Part of another letter read: “I know you are sadly passed away, but I just wanted to tell you that I love you so much and it is so devastating to know that you have left us, but it will be your forever. world.”

Olivia’s mother, Izabela Maziakowska, said the Ormiston Academy student came to her job in a post office to wish her a Happy New Year on her way to a house party.

Izabela, 41, told The Sun: “She was a lovely girl, always smiling, and I will miss everything about her.

“We spent Christmas at home together, it was perfect – it was our last Christmas, I can’t believe it.

” My heart is broken. She was my whole world. I can’t imagine life without her anymore. “

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She added, “I don’t know how I’m going to get up and get on with my life. He is broken forever.

“It’s heartbreaking, my husband is devastated and my parents in Poland, Olivia’s grandparents, are so sad they don’t feel the best. We try to support each other.

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“No one can help us, we just have to live our life in pain.

“Why is the world so cruel? My daughter didn’t deserve this, we didn’t. “

A 39-year-old man arrested on suspicion of causing death by driving under the influence of drugs has been released under investigation while officers investigate.

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