Courtney Davies Biography — Wiki
Courtney Davies is a Disneyland worker who has reportedly died in a horror crash involving three cars and a lorry, her heartbroken family has said. Davies was pronounced dead at the scene where her red MG car was involved in a pile-up with a red Mercedes HGV, a black Renault Clio and an orange BMW.
Tragic Courtney was traveling on the A15 in Lincolnshire on Monday when the crash happened at around 5.40 pm, just north of Caenby Corner.
Courtney Davies Age
Courtney Davies was 24 years old at the time of death.
Courtney Davies dies in a horror crash involving three cars and a lorry
Emergency services rushed to the scene, but nothing could be done to save Courtney Davies, police said.
At the time of the incident, a spokesperson for Lincolnshire Police said: ‘We are appealing for anyone who was traveling on the A15 north of Caenby Corner immediately prior to the collision and may have seen any of the vehicles involved, or has dashcam footage or the collision itself.
‘We would like to hear from you if you have any information that could assist the inquiry.’
Police say a supermarket delivery driver who stopped to help those involved in a fatal collision near Lincoln could help with their investigation. 24yo Courtney Davies died on the A15 near Caenby Corner when three cars and a lorry collided on Monday afternoon #CapitalReports pic.twitter.com/xcUdbSqrKO
— Capital Midlands News (@CapitalMidsNews) December 18, 2020
What we know so far about Courtney Davies
Courtney Davies, who was born in Kentucky in the USA, had a ‘remarkable life’ which she lived to the full, her family said in a statement.
She returned to England with her family – father Trevor, mother Ginny and twin sisters Amy and Emma – and attended Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School in Horncastle, Lincs. She completed a degree in Events Management at Sheffield Hallam University.
Her family added: ‘Courtney worked at Disneyland, Florida and was an events manager at the time of her death.
‘She also had a lovely singing voice and sang all the time.
‘She brought light, joy and a smile to everyone she met and will be greatly missed by her family, friends and colleagues.’