Friends of a Winsford teenager who died following a car crash at the weekend have taken to social media to pay tribute to an ‘amazing person’.
Connor Hull, 17, died when the black Vauxhall Corsa he was driving left the A54 Middlewich Road at Stanthorne and collided with a tree.
Emergency services were called to the scene, near the junction with Birch Lane, at 11.50pm on Saturday to a report of a road traffic collision.
He was taken to hospital where he sadly died as a result of his injuries.
Nobody else was in the vehicle.
Connor’s friends have expressed their shock and sadness on Twitter.
Aaron Beswick tweeted on Sunday: “R.I.P Connor Hull.. Such a shock considering I saw him yesterday.. Everyone's in tears.. This is awful.”
Jo Parker tweeted: “Connor hull RIP young man ... Thoughts with all who love you ... It's a sad day ... XXXXXX.”
@MichaelHughess tweeted on Sunday: “R.I.P to Connor Hull who tragically died last night. Far far too young. Ill miss you mate.”
@ChloeGoodierX tweeted: “RIP Connor Hull. You were such an amazing person x x x.”
Harry France tweeted: “R.I.P Connor Hull. Taken too soon. You’re going to be missed by so many people. Sleep tight up there mate. You have done so many people proud.”
Floral tributes bearing grief-stricken messages have been left at the scene of the accident.
Anyone with information about the collision is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident number 979 of January 11.