Tributes pour in after sudden death of 18-year-old Snaresbrook schoolgirl Aashi Sinha
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A Snaresbrook school is reeling with the tragic news of the sudden death of one of its pupils.
Aashi Sinha, 18, who attended Forest School, is believed to have died earlier this week.
Pupils were informed yesterday after the school was told overnight on Tuesday.
A Forest School spokesman said: “We are in close contact with the pupil’s family and we are helping them in any way we can as they deal with this devastating news - our hearts go out to the pupil’s family and friends.”
A two minute silence was held by sixth-formers at the school, in College Place, this morning in Aashi’s memory.
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School pupils have taken to social networking site Twitter to pay tribute to their friend.
@shanihenriques wrote:“RIP Aashi Sinha, it was truly a privilege to have known you. A beautiful person inside and out. Love you.”
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@zoschapartos wrote: “The world has lost a truly special girl, I will love you forever and will never forget you beautiful.”
Many of the hundreds of tributes expressed condolences to her family and spoke of shock at her death.
@jothikaj13 wrote: “RIP Aashi, a beautiful and intelligent girl who would light up any room she walked into. So cruel that she’s been taken from us.”
@Eleanorlloyd13 wrote: “Can’t put in to words how much you’ll be missed, Aashi. One of the nicest girls who always had a smile on her face. Such a tragedy. RIP xxxx”
If you would like to leave a tribute to Aashi, call 0208 477 3821 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.