A two-year-old child has died after being struck by a vehicle at a Cambridgeshire holiday park.
Isabella Tucker, of Ronald Street, London, was taken to hospital by ambulance after the incident at about 6.45pm on Friday, August 25, at Horsley Hale Farm, Horsley Hale near Littleport.
Isabella was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in King’s Lynn, but died of her injuries.
In a tribute to her daughter, Vaida Sprainyte said: “A beautiful daughter and little sister. It’s so easy to love you. Loved you from first sight and will love you forever”.
A 42-year-old woman from the Leeds area was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless or inconsiderate driving and has been bailed to return to Thorpe Wood Police Station in Peterborough on 24 November.
Anyone who was at the holiday park and may have witnessed the collision, is urged to visit www.cambs.police.uk/report quoting incident 35/NT/16816/23. Alternatively call 101.
ABOUT HORSLEY HALE FArm
Stuart and Steph Hatton and Ro Asplin bought the farm in January 2017 as a venue from which to offer events, glamping breaks and outdoor educational programs for schools and other youth organisations.
It remains a small, family business .
They keep alpacas and chickens and their lake is well stocked with a variety of fish including common, mirror, crusian & koi carp, tench and chub.
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