Tributes left by roadside for Wrawby motorcycle accident victim (21)
TRIBUTES have been left to a 21-year-old man who died in a motorcycle accident.
The motorcyclist, believed to be from Wrawby, died after his motorbike was involved in a collision with a car at the junction of the A18 and the B1206 in Wrawby on February 3.
He has been named locally but police investigating the incident have yet to confirm this. It is understood family liaison officers from Humberside Police are supporting the man's family.
The incident, which happened at around 5pm on Sunday, involved the 21-year-old's orange KTM 300 motorcycle and a blue Isuzu Denver.
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Following the incident, flowers with messages of condolence have been left at the scene, which is known locally as Barton Road End.
A message left by one mourner said: "Forever in our hearts. You will never be forgotten RIP xxx."
Another message read: "You were always the one to make us laugh. Going to miss you millions. Forever in our hearts."
In another note, a friend said: "You are a top lad. Going to miss you, pal."
"Always in our hearts. We miss you so much already xxx," read another tribute.
The driver of the Isuzu, an 80-year-old local man, suffered minor injuries, as did his passenger, a 75-year-old local woman.
Any witnesses to the collision should contact police by calling 101 and referring to log 543 of February 3.