A man who died in a two-vehicle crash in Woking has been named locally. Tributes could be seen at the scene of the crash on the side of Brookwood Lye Road on Tuesday (January 10). Surrey Police confirmed a man in his 30s had died following a “serious” collision on Sunday (January 8) which also left four others in hospital, including a four-year-old girl.

A number of bouquets were left at the bottom of a tree by the side of the road including three pictures of a man referred to as ‘Timmy’ in one note. Two of the photos show the man dressed in a Chelsea football shirt and two roses placed behind a note addressed to him.

The note reads: “Timmy my boy, you were always there when I needed you, you were the greatest friend to me. I will always love you rest well my friend.”

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Dozens of flowers were left at the side of the road where the crash happened

Another short note attached to one bouquet of flowers also read: “Forever missed. Always in our hearts love Josie, Terry, Leigha and Ellie.”

Tributes have also been left on social media with shocked and heartbroken friends on the Woking Live Facebook group leaving dozens of messages. One person wrote: “RIP Tim why did it have to be you!! You’ll be missed so much! So many people loved you xx.”

Another read: “Oh Timmy why you. You will forever be in my heart and I will tell my boy all about you when he’s older love you x.”

Woking crash tributes
The accident happened on Sunday (January 8)

Surrey Police confirmed the man had died in the crash on Sunday (January 8) also saying he was a passenger who was pronounced dead at the scene. Another man in his 30s, two women in their 30s and a four-year-old girl were all taken to hospital for treatment after South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) also attended.

Police say an investigation into what happened is now underway and are looking for people who were travelling along Brookwood Lye Road on Sunday evening between 6.30pm and 7pm to get in touch. Those with information can call 101 or visit the Surrey Police website quoting incident number PR/4523005300.


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