THIS is the first picture of a teenage boy killed after he was hit by a car during the Christmas break.
Tragic Sean Williams, was mown down on March End Road in Wednesfield, West Mids., at 2pm last Thursday.
The 13-year-old lad, from Bushbury, Wolverhampton, was rushed to hospital after the collision in Wolverhampton, but sadly died from his injuries.
Police are now appealing for anyone with information on the crash on Lakefield Road in Wednesfield to come forward.
Officers say the youngster was hit by a car at around 2pm on Thursday.
The boy’s family are being supported by specially trained officers.
Speaking today, Sean’s parents Elaine and Andrew released a picture of the teenager as a youngster as they paid tribute to their “amazing, loving little boy”.
They added: “To all family and friends, thank-you for your support.
“This is the picture we would like you all to remember of our baby boy.
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“Anyone who knew Sean would know he was an amazing, intelligent, polite, loving little boy.
“He will be truly missed by us his mom, dad and family and friends.”
The driver of the car was taken to hospital and treated for shock and is now helping police crash investigators.
West Midlands Police has also urged any witnesses to come forward, including the driver of a car waiting at traffic lights at the time of the collision.
Sergeant Alan Wood said: “It was a small, light-coloured vehicle stationary at the traffic light junction, in the right filter lane heading from Lakefield Road turning right into March End Road.
“We believe they could be key witnesses but so far we have not been able to trace the occupants.
“I am appealing to them to get in touch as they could have information that would greatly assist our investigation.”
Anyone with information who’s not yet spoken to police is urged to call West Midlands Police’s Collision Investigation Unit on the 101 number or email Sgt Wood at email@example.com
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