A 12-year-old boy, who was was killed in a car crash in Lincolnshire, has been named as Ted Vines from Alford.
He was pronounced dead at the scene on Sunday when the silver Ford Galaxy he was a passenger in collided with another car in Bardney.
His family said he had been on his way to play football for Alford Under-12s at Branston when the incident happened.
They said in a statement: “Ted was loved by everyone – he was happy, fun and brilliant and had so many people who loved him.
“Everywhere he went, Ted made friends. He was a special part of the community for everyone.”
Officers were called to the incident on the B1190 just before 10am on 16 January.
A man in the second car, a Mercedes A220, was taken to hospital.
No one else is believed to have any life-threatening or life-altering injuries.
Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information from witnesses and for anyone with dash-cam footage of the collision to get in contact.
- Call 101, quoting Incident 141 of 16 January.
- Email [email protected] putting “Incident 141 of 16 January” in the subject line.
- Call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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