BRITISH Airways staff are mourning the loss of a teen stewardess killed in a head-on crash.
Chloe Williams, 19, died in hospital after the automobile she was a passenger in collided with three others on the M6 in Cheshire.
She lived in Dudley, West Mids.
In tribute, her household mentioned: “She was about to begin her dream profession and has now had all that taken away.”
A BA staff member mentioned: “Chloe was beloved and an enormous and vigorous half of the BA workforce.
“No-one can comprehend her loss. It’s devastating.”
The airline mentioned: “Our ideas are along with her household and mates.”
The crash was between junctions 16 and 17 on December 2, an inquest opening in Warrington, Cheshire, heard. A person, 27, was held on suspicion of inflicting loss of life by harmful driving.
He was bailed pending enquiries.