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Funeral for girl crushed by horse

A funeral has been held for a Herefordshire teenager, who police said was crushed to death by her horse in a pony club competition.

Jade South, 15, from Linton, near Ross on Wye, died on 30 October during a day-long rally at Pauntley Court Farm in Redmarley.

Police investigating her death said it appeared she was killed when her 16 hands high horse Oz fell on top of her.

The funeral was held at St Mary's church in her home town earlier.

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