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Abbey Forrest, 11, was a star student before being tragically thrown out of an ute and died the weekend in northern Western Australia

PICTURED: Tragic schoolgirl and star student, 11, who died after being thrown out of the back of the ute – as police reveal that an 11-year-old boy was behind the wheel

  • An 11-year-old schoolgirl was tragically murdered after being thrown out of an ute in WA
  • Abbey Forrest was a star student who was offered four scholarships
  • The police revealed that an 11-year-old boy was behind the wheel when he lost control
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An 11-year-old girl tragically thrown out of an ute and died in Western Australia at the weekend was a star student who had received four scholarships from schools across the country.

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Abbey Forrest also recently received the Young Person of the Year Award at the East Kimberley Aboriginal Achievement Awards.

The police revealed that an 11-year-old boy was behind the wheel when he lost control of the ute because he was driving four-wheel on swamps near the city of Wyndham in the far north of the state on Saturday.

Abbey Forrest, 11, was a star student before being tragically thrown out of an ute and died the weekend in northern Western Australia

Abbey Forrest, 11, was a star student before being tragically thrown out of an ute and died the weekend in northern Western Australia

Abbey Forrest (in the photo with her mother) also recently won the Young Person of the Year Award at the East Kimberley Aboriginal Achievement Awards

Abbey Forrest (in the photo with her mother) also recently won the Young Person of the Year Award at the East Kimberley Aboriginal Achievement Awards

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Abbey Forrest (in the photo with her mother) also recently won the Young Person of the Year Award at the East Kimberley Aboriginal Achievement Awards

Major crash investigators traveled to the site on Monday and the police said the driver is helping them with their investigation, but no charges have been filed.

Abbey's brother, Tom Forrest, is an ABC reporter and said she would fly to Perth on Monday to begin her introduction to private school.

& # 39; Many people knew who she was and what she had done at such a young age, & # 39; he told the ABC.

& # 39; I want people to remember her personality for what she had done and the impact she had on people's lives. & # 39;

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He went on to say that he could not comment on the circumstances of the crash other than that it was not unusual for children who lived in the Kimberley to become adventurous and set off for the marsh flats.

& # 39; Think about what you do, and when people do something crazy, just pull them up. Terrible things can happen and there is no turning back, & Forrest said.

The crash is one of the two deadly crashes in The Kimberley last weekend.

The police are investigating after a 19-year-old man from Kununurra hit a tree while riding a motorcycle.

The police investigate the circumstances of the crash and address the 11-year-old driver of the ute

The police investigate the circumstances of the crash and address the 11-year-old driver of the ute

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The police investigate the circumstances of the crash and address the 11-year-old driver of the ute

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