Sheffield & South Yorkshire

Jasmyn Chan: Police bail 32-year-old man

Police picture of the wanted car
Image caption Police said they were looking for a Honda Civic

A man who was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving over a fatal hit-and-run crash has been bailed by police.

Jasmyn Chan, 14, was killed when she was hit by a vehicle at Normanton Hill in Sheffield on 9 May.

South Yorkshire Police said a 32-year-old man had been released on bail.

Officers are still trying to find a car in connection with the teenager's death. It is a blue-green Honda Civic, registration P135 FEO.

Image caption Jasmyn Chan was killed while with a friend

Jasmyn was crossing the road with a 12-year-old friend when she and the second girl were hit.

Police have said that Jasmyn's last actions were "to push her friend from danger".

The 12-year-old girl was treated in hospital before being released on Saturday.

Jasmyn's parents, Peter Chan and Paula McCullie, had earlier spoken of their loss.

Mr Chan said: "Our daughter was beautiful, inside and out. I cannot put into words the pain and devastation I feel in my heart knowing she is gone.

"As a family we are heartbroken and we don't know how we will ever get over losing Jasmyn."

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