The silver Toyota Yaris she was travelling in collided with a tree near the A361 near Williamscote Hill, Banbury.
Sadly, Ferne, aged 19, from Northamptonshire, subsequently died from injuries sustained in the collision.
A tribute issued on behalf of Ferne’s parents, Peter and Ondine Campbell reads: “As Ferne’s parents, we wish to pay tribute to our only child: Our beautiful, vibrant and loving daughter.
“She was our life and we were, and still are, immensely proud of her.
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“We ask that any parent reading these words will hold their child when next they see them and tell them how much they are loved.”
Anyone with information about the collision - which took place at about 9.55am on September 5 - and have not yet spoken to the police, can call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101 quoting URN 353 5/9.