Millie Gribble Wiki – Millie Gribble Biography
Six-year-old Millie Gribble tragically died of her injuries after being involved in an accident between a van and pedestrians in Barton, which is a village in Preston, Lancashire, on Tuesday. Two other children, a 14-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl, suffered less serious injuries but remain in hospital for treatment. Lancashire Police said a 59-year-old man from the area was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. However, the suspect has been released under investigation while police investigations continue. In an emotional tribute, Millie’s family said: “Millie was not only an amazing child, she was a precious daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend, but most importantly, she was a priceless gift to all of us.” “There are no words to describe how much Millie was loved and how the loss of her affected everyone who knew her.
Millie Gribble was 6 years old.
Millie Gribble Death: Tributes
‘Millie loved spending precious time with her family and friends. She was passionate about playing soccer, swimming, and going on new adventures and she was a huge fan of music and YouTube. Millie loved her pets, her hamster Fang hers, her brother’s cat Mia hers, and her 14-week-old puppy Duke, her little companion. Millie had so many great qualities; she was kind, caring, funny, smart, energetic, and full of life. Millie loved being part of a big family and she talked about having a family of her own one day. Millie wanted to be a police officer when she grew up so she could help and support people in need.
‘In the short 6 years of her life, she brought so much joy to all of our hearts and so many smiles to our faces. We will always cherish the memories we have with Millie for the rest of our lives. “Every time Millie walked into a room, she never failed to light it up like she did with all our hearts. Millie never failed to make us laugh and smile with her mischievous antics and her adorable sense of humor. Millie was such a happy child that she will be forever missed by her family and her friends and everyone who knew her. Millie, you may be gone, darling, but we’ll never forget you. We hope she is flying with the angels in peace. I will always love you with all our hearts Mommy and Daddy XXXX’ Lancashire Police added: ‘We are continuing to appeal to witnesses or anyone with information, dashcam or mobile footage to get in touch.
If you think you can help, please email SCIU@lancashire.police.uk or call 101, quoting log 733 dated 15th August 2023.”