‘Beautiful’ boy, 17, and his grandad are killed after colliding with HGV lorry

‘Beautiful’ boy, 17, and his grandad are killed after colliding with HGV lorry

- in Uk News

A GRIEVING mum has paid tribute to her “beautiful son” and his grandad who were killed in a horror road crash with a HGV lorry.

Jay Tyler-Bromilow, 17, and his 66-year-old grandad were killed when their Citreon van collided with a HVG lorry in Hickleton, South Yorkshire.

South Yorkshire Police

17-year-old Jay Tyler-Bromilow who was described as “beautiful” and “intelligent,” was killed in the road collision in Hickleton, South Yorkshire[/caption]

They were both pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the A635 on Friday at around midday.

The teen’s mum has made a heartfelt tribute to her “intelligent” and “beautiful” son who was “too precious to stay.”

She thanked members of the public who stopped to help at the scene.

The tribute read: “My beautiful son was too precious to stay.

“He was too intelligent for this earth, so he’s took upon a journey with his wingman, his grandad, not only to travel the world but to travel the universe together.

“I love you unconditionally. Love you always love Mam xxxxx <3”

Hundreds of tributes have been left on a Facebook post by South Yorkshire Police about the incident.

The collision happened at the junction with Red Hill Lane as the HGV travelled away from Hickleton, towards the A1, and the Citroen out of the junction of Red Hill Lane.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who saw the collision or the vehicles before it happened.


The 17-year-old and his grandad collided with a lorry on the A635 towards the A1[/caption]

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