A GRIEVING family have paid tribute to a 'kind and thoughtful' young woman.
Victoria Bell, 20, of Gwersyllt, was killed when she was hit by a train last Wednesday evening.
Derek Bell, Victoria's father, had seen her only half-an-hour before she died.
He said: 'I couldn't imagine a better daughter. You couldn't help but love her.
'She was very fun-loving, kind and thoughtful. I don't think anybody didn't like her.'
Vickie, as she was known to friends and family, would have celebrated her 21st birthday on September 18 and was hoping to begin a course at NEWI studying Social Work.
She was an animal-lover who doted on her dachshund Cassie and enjoyed horse riding.
Vickie's twin brother Jonathon said: 'She never stopped smiling. She liked everybody - she was a bundle of love.'
Vickie was a popular girl with a wealth of friends.
'She was such a good friend, she'd got that many names on her mobile phone,' said Derek.
One of Vickie's friends told Derek 'she was too good for this world'.
Vickie had moved to Gwersyllt to live independently and be close to her friends.
Neighbours were saddened to hear of her death. One, Betty Buck, said: 'She was always pleasant, I would pass the timeofdaywith herifIsaw her. I can't take it in.'
Vickie's funeral took place on Wednesday in Overton.
Officers from North Wales Police and British Transport Police responded to the incident involving a freight train, and discovered Vickie's body in the area near Gwersyllt station.
Floral tributes and messages have been placed on the station platform.
Police are not treating the circumstances surrounding the incident as suspicious. An inquest has been opened and adjourned until a later date.
British Transport Police request anyone who may have information to contact them on 0800 408040. All calls will be treated in confidence.