Harrison Bretherton’s household described him as a ‘enjoyable loving, candy and caring’ man (Picture: Lancashire Constabulary)The household of a younger man who died following a collision with a suspected drunk driver has paid tribute to their ‘beacon of sunshine’ who was ‘by no means afraid to indicate love ’.
Harrison Bretherton, 21, from Lancashire, suffered severe accidents in a crash after a Toyota Landcruiser left the Blackpool Road carriageway simply after midnight on September 14.
He was taken to Royal Preston Hospital however died the next day.
Two different passengers – a person in his 20s and an 18-year-old lady – additionally suffered accidents and had been taken to hospital. They have since been launched.
Thanking their buddies and local people for his or her love and assist, his household has described the impression their ‘enjoyable loving and caring’ Harrison had on these round him.
‘Harrison can solely be described as a beacon of sunshine that might shine brightly even on the darkest of days. A enjoyable loving, candy, cheeky, caring boy who left a mark on each individual he met,’ his household stated.
‘A intelligent and impressive younger man who had simply began a brand new job at Blackpool Teaching Hospital, with plans to work his manner up like his huge brother Trafford.
‘He had so many fantastic plans for his life.
‘His final actions on this earth saved the lifetime of his girlfriend Anya and we take consolation in figuring out that Harrison’s stunning nature was there till the very finish.’
Harrison’s household stated he was happiest when along with his canine (Picture: Lancashire Constabulary)Harrison’s household stated he ‘love d and was love d by everybody round him unconditionally’, and finest loved spending his time along with his girlfriend and buddies or enjoying along with his canine Jack.
‘He was passionate and loving but very mild and sort. He was by no means afraid to indicate his love and whereas he has been taken, the reminiscences we now have might be engraved in our minds and hearts eternally, by no means to fade,’ they stated.
‘We are devastated by the good injustice that has been served to Harrison and the life sentence we as a household and the survivors, Anya and Harrison’s twin James, now should dwell with.
‘No household ought to ever should expertise this ache. This nice tragedy that might and will have been prevented.’
The driver of the Toyota Landcruiser, an 18-year-old man from Lytham, was arrested on the scene on suspicion of drink-driving and inflicting severe harm by harmful driving.
He has since been launched below investigation.
Lancashire Police has appealed for data, asking those that can assist to name 101, quoting log 0003 of September 14 or electronic mail [email protected]
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