19-year-old student hairdresser dies when she is hit by a truck while cycling to class – while her shattered friends pay sincere tribute to the & # 39; little nomad & # 39;
- Fyfa Dawson's colleagues remembered her after being hit by a truck
- The 19-year-old was en route to her Christchurch vocational training
- Her colleague & # 39; s said they & # 39; blown away & # 39; were by the news of her death
A 19-year-old hairdresser student who was murdered while cycling to class has been remembered by her friends.
Fyfa Dawson's colleagues paid tribute to the teenager after being hit by a truck in Christchurch, New Zealand on Wednesday.
Ben Scott of Benny's Barber Shop said he & # 39; was blown away & # 39; was by the news about Mrs. Dawson's death.
Fyfa Dawson & # 39; s (photo) colleague & # 39; s remembered her after being killed in Christchurch on Wednesday at 8 am
The 19-year-old hairdresser student (photo) was killed in a bicycle accident after being hit by a truck
Ben Scott of Benny's Barber Shop said he & # 39; was blown away & # 39; was shocked by the news of Mrs. Dawson's death (photo on the photo)
& # 39; Fyfa you are a legend and you can summarize this photo well, always smiling and laughing through life & # 39 ;, he wrote.
He said there were tears and laughter in the store as they talked about her obstinacy.
& # 39; We love you Fyfa. You have a special place in our heart, & he wrote online.
& # 39; From the first day I met you while you were giving tutoring at ARA and thinking who this little nomad is! You will always be the first Girl Barber in the BBS team.
& # 39; You were a dream to teach and dream to have with us on the team. & # 39;
He said they would turn her station into a place to sit and remember her.
Scott said they would turn her station into a place to sit down and remember Mrs. Dawson (photo)
Mrs. Dawson was then on her way to her training at tertiary institution ARA, but also worked at the hairdresser.
Darren Mitchell, Ara vice president of corporate services, told Star News the institution offers support to classmates and staff.
He also said that his thoughts are with Mrs. Dawson's family and friends.
She participated in the program in February, although she had no experience.
The road where she died undergoes considerable construction with signs that call for caution because of the merging of cyclists and crossing trucks.
Mrs. Dawson (photo) was en route to her training at tertiary institution ARA at the time, but also worked in the barber shop
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