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11 month old Ava-Jayne Corless mauled to death family tributes.

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

The family of an 11 month old girl Ava-Jayne Corless who was mauled to death by an illegal type pitbull dog have released a touching tributes.

Ava-Jayne sadly died in Monday evening after police and paramedics attempted CPR to save her life.

Ava-Jayne’s grandmother, Claire King has left a touching tribute “Our twinkle Ava-Jayne is our absolute world and right now we need to grieve and remember her short life for the fun, amazing memories that we made. She is the most beautiful, happy cheeky little girl there ever was and was the light in all of our lives. We now ask that people leave us be while we grieve.”

Ava’s father, Dean Corless has said “As her father, I just want to say what a wonderful and amazing mum Chloe is – Ava-Jayne could not have had anyone better. They are both the apple of my eye. Sleep tight Twinkle.”

Ava’s mum, Chloe King has said “As her mother, I just want the world to know how much I love her, miss her and truly cherished every moment with my little girl. I carried her for nine months, almost lost my life bringing her into the world and would do anything to have her back. I love you Twinkle, you are my world. We ask now that we are left to grieve for our daughter.”

Please leave your tributes below, all will be passed in to the family when the time is right.

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