Demands to fix 'dangerous' road as tributes pour in for talented Jade Frith | Photos

By Dan Proudman, Michael McGowan and Brodie Owen
Updated April 29 2016 - 9:29pm, first published 9:18pm
REST IN PEACE: Flowers were left by the road on Friday where Coal Point teen Jade Frith was hit by a car. Picture: Simone De Peak
REST IN PEACE: Flowers were left by the road on Friday where Coal Point teen Jade Frith was hit by a car. Picture: Simone De Peak

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SHE was a promising swimmer who had already competed on the national stage and was planning with her coach to get herself to the next level.

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