Tributes paid to 'loving son and brother' who was tragically killed in Preston crash

Christopher was well known in the Kirkham community where he worked at the Morrisons supermarket was also involved in charity work.
Christopher was well known in the Kirkham community where he worked at the Morrisons supermarket was also involved in charity work.
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The family of a 32-year-old man from Warton, who died in a road traffic collision, have paid tribute to their 'loving son and brother'.

Christopher Scott is said to have been well known in the Kirkham community where he worked at the Morrisons supermarket and was also involved in charity work.

In a statement his Christopher's family said: "Christopher thoroughly enjoyed rambling and dancing and was a member of the Freebooters and Lytham St Annes Rambling Clubs, as well as the Fancy Feet line dancing club.

"He also volunteered for the British Heart Foundation and was well known within the community in the Kirkham area where he worked at Morrisons supermarket."

Christopher’s family have also expressed their thanks to all who assisted following the collision, say police.

Christopher Scott suffered catastrophic injuries when he was involved in a collision with a van as he attempted to cross the road on Riversway, Preston, on Monday, May 8.

The road was closed for more than four and a half hours while accident investigators attended the scene.

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