Charity football match in memory of Sheffield teenager killed in hit-and-run

Jasmyn Chan
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Friends of a Sheffield teenager killed by a hit-and-run driver are to play a charity football match in her memory.

The game was planned following the death of 14-year-old Jasmyn Chan, who was mown down as she crossed Normanton Hill, Intake, Sheffield, on Friday, May 9.

A 32-year-old man was arrested over the collision and later bailed pending further enquiries.

Detectives investigating the incident are keen to trace blue-green old-style Honda Civic, with the registration number P135 FEO.

Jasmyn was crossing Normanton Hill with her younger friend Tia Tucker at the time of the collision.

It is believed Jasmyn pushed her friend out of the path of the car to protect her.

A sea of floral tributes and cuddly toys marks the spot where tragedy struck.

The football match is to be held at Birley Community College on Saturday, May 31 at 3pm. The entrance is off Birley Lane.

Money raised at the game will be donated to Jasmyn’s family.