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Image caption Megan Bannister’s family said she was bright, cunning and responsible

A teenager whose mas was found in the back of a auto following a gate-crash with a motorbike has been reputation by police.

Megan Bannister, 16, from Leicester, was dead before the collision between a auto and a motorbike in Enderby, Leicestershire, on Sunday, announced police.

The force announced a post-mortem test was inconclusive, but it revealed her traumata were not consistent with a gate-crash.

Two gentlemen, aged 27 and 28, have been arrested on suspicion of slaying.

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Megan were attributed to take the first of her GCSE exams on Tuesday, said her school. She wanted to become a midwife.

Her family said in a statement: “Megan was our beautiful, talented, loving daughter and sister, and our centers have been utterly violated by her death.

“The believed to be life without Megan is hopeless to imagine, and we cannot adequately express in statements the feeling of numbness and overwhelming remorse we appear at her loss.

Image caption Megan attended Wigston College, which is part of the Wigston Establishment Trust

“She was bright, cunning, and a responsible person who loved her family and her many friends.

“She had a strong self-will and had given her soul on training to becoming a midwife.

“Knowing how self-confident and specified she was, we have no doubt she would have realised that dream.”

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Image caption Two gentlemen, aged 27 and 28, have been arrested on suspicion of slaying

Wigston College, where Megan was a student, said in a statement: “Megan was funny, friendly and good.

“She was popular and had a wide range of friends. She liked beings and they liked her and this is how we will remember her.

“Our contemplates are much with their own families at this impossibly difficult time.”

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