The family of a Winsford teenager who died following a road traffic collision have paid a heartfelt tribute to their ‘much loved’ boy.
Connor Hull, 17, died after the car he was driving was discovered in a ditch on the A54 Middlewich Road at Stanthorne, at 11.50pm on Saturday, January 11.
He was taken to hospital where he sadly died as a result of his injuries.
His family said in a statement: “On January 12, 2014, we tragically said goodnight to our much loved son, brother, nephew and grandson, Connor Hull, who was involved in a car accident.
“He was a young man with his whole life ahead of him who has been taken from us all much too soon leaving a gaping hole in our hearts and our family forever.
“A former pupil of Middlewich High School, Connor was a popular, polite, fun loving, kind and compassionate person.
“He was a shining example of what a perfect son, brother, nephew and grandson should be, and throughout his short life touched the lives of so many people. He will never be forgotten and will be held forever in our hearts.”
Connor’s friends took to social media last week to express their shock and sadness.
Aaron Beswick tweeted: “R.I.P Connor Hull.. Such a shock considering I saw him yesterday.. Everyone's in tears.. This is awful.”
@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.”
If anyone has any information regarding the accident please contact Cheshire Police on 101 quoting incident number 979 of January 11 or contact Investigating Officer PC3922 Taylor at Chester Police Station.