Heartbreaking tributes have been left for a Knightswood teenager who tragically died after being hit by a car in the West End. 

Emergency services battled to save Sophie Geddes on Saturday after she was struck by a car on Great Western Road.

The 16-year-old sadly passed away a short while after at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. 

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Fellow schoolmates of the Notre Dame High School pupil have since left touching floral tributes at the scene of the incident with heartbreaking notes attached in her remembrance. 

One letter reads: "Dear Sophie, it's so hard to believe you're gone, Notre Dame will truly never be the same without you.

"I'll miss seeing you and hearing your laugh in classes and at break and lunchtime in loos.

"I hope you realise how loved you are.

"Rest in peace."

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Another reads: "Soph, I know you are never going to read this but you meant so much to me.

"You always had the ability to light up a room and you were always there for me.

"It's going to be so hard to move on from this but I love you more than anything."

Sophie's headteacher, Rosemary Martin, earlier described Sophie as a "joy to be around" as she paid tribute to the teen on behalf of the high school.

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She said: “We are absolutely devastated by this tragic news. Sophie was more than a pupil at our school – she was a very valued member of the community and a joy to be around. 

"She was bright, caring, loving and went out of her way to help others; a genuine Ambassador for our school.  Sophie will always have a special place in our hearts. 

“This will come as a great shock to everyone who knew Sophie and as a school we are supporting one another to come to terms with this painful loss; in particular, we hold her younger sister close at this time. 

"Sophie was hit by a car at the junction with Garscadden Road

"We will do whatever we can to support Sophie’s close friends and family and keep them in our thoughts and prayers.”

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