A family has paid tribute to a schoolgirl who died just hours after picking up her GCSE results. They described Jasmine Bush, whose body was found at Haselmere Station, Surrey, as leaving a hole in their lives adding that she is “an everlasting start that will shine brightly in the sky”.
Paying tribute to the 16-year-old, they said that she had suffered from mental health problems since she was 13. They released the tribute hoping that other young people in her position can learn from it and get help for depression and anxiety. The family said: “On Thursday afternoon, our world was turned upside down when we lost our most beautiful daughter in these tragic circumstances.
“Jasmine sadly lost the battle with depression and anxiety after two and a half years fighting, she was also diagnosed with autism and PDA disorder on the way unfortunately the help out there was limited. We honestly would never [have] thought she would do something like this it just doesn’t seem real. The house is silent, no doors are being slammed or music playing at a ridiculous noise and we think that will be the hardest thing to get over the quietness and the hole she has left.”