Tributes to crash victim ‘Felly’ left at scene of Hull…

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Tributes to crash victim ‘Felly’ left at scene of Hull double tragedy
2021-07-12 18:21:00
There are now two memorials to the men taken by the tragic collision in Beverley Road last Thursday. Flowers and balloons with tributes began appearing at the scene towards the end of last week, and there is now a pair of heartbreaking memorials to two lives taken too soon. Read more: The terrified residents desperate to 'sleep easy' with Corey's killer still at large The two men were involved in a collision between a motorcyclist and a pedestrian near the junction with Evergreen Drive which had tragic consequences. Despite the best efforts of the emergency services, both man suffered fatal injuries in the incident and sadly passed away. Tributes to a motorbike rider who lost his life during the incident (Image: Katie Pugh/Hull Live) One tribute said: “Can't believe you're gone, you'll always be with us – brave heart! Forever in our hearts.” Another said: “RIP Felly. We're all heartbroken. Gonna miss you big lad. Always in out hearts.” AKawasaki motorcycle, believed to have been travelling on Beverley Road towards the Dunswell Road roundabout, was involved in a collision with a pedestrian last Thursday. The rider of the motorcycle passed the Skoda garage close to Dunkeld Drive before colliding with the pedestrian near the junction for Evergreen Drive. Tragically, despite the efforts of emergency services, the motorcyclist and pedestrian suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene and specialist trained officers have been supporting the families of both men. The tragic incident has left two families in grief (Image: Katie Pugh/Hull Live) When the story broke, one resident commented on Hull Live: “I've lived on Evergreen Drive for 39 years this is the fourth fatality in this area. “Local residents have asked on numerous occasions for the speed limit to be lowered and a pedestrian crossing be put in place. I heard the impact and in all honesty there was no excessive engine noise from the motorbike to suggest speeding. “Disappointingly throughout today motorbikes h

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