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Family pay tribute to Cameron Cash

September 23, 2012, 5:50 pm

The family of a teenage boy who was killed in collision last night has paid him tribute.

At around 8.10pm on Saturday 22 September 2012 14-year-old Cameron Cash from Swinton was crossing the East Lancs Road near to Eccles Road when a black Vauxhall Vectra collided with him.

The Vectra was travelling towards Manchester. A short time later the Vectra swerved and collided with a black Volkswagen Golf.

The boy was taken to hospital but sadly died from his injuries. Both drivers were treated for minor injuries.

Camerons Mum and Dad said, “Cameron was a drop dead gorgeous boy. He was a Manchester United fan and a BMX rider who was always wanting the latest Vans, Adidas and all the designer kit that children want and of course his computer games. He was a cheeky boy, but he was our cheeky boy. He was a typical teenage boy.

“He was the light of our lives and leaves Mum, Dad, brother Tom and sister Grace with a gaping hole in our lives.

“Our family are with us and we will find a way to pull through this bomb that has exploded in our hearts.

“We want to thank our family and friends for all their support and all the hospital staff and police who cared for Cameron on Saturday night. In particular Helen, Victoria, Dr Bruce Martin and Leigh.

“Cameron…. Mum, Dad, Tom, Grace, Grandma, Granddad and all your family and friends love you and miss you and always will.”

Anyone with information should phone the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 0161 856 4742.

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