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‘He won’t ever be forgotten’ - Tributes to former Chelmsford man Terry Page who died in Writtle crash

PUBLISHED: 19:05 08 February 2018 | UPDATED: 19:15 08 February 2018

Tributes have been paid to Terry Page, 32, who died in a crash in Writtle. He is pictured with his son Harvey.  Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Tributes have been paid to Terry Page, 32, who died in a crash in Writtle. He is pictured with his son Harvey. Picture: ESSEX POLICE

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A grieving family have paid tributes to “an amazing father” who died in a crash in Essex last week.

Tributes have been paid to Terry Page, 32, who died in a crash in Writtle. Picture: ESSEX POLICE Tributes have been paid to Terry Page, 32, who died in a crash in Writtle. Picture: ESSEX POLICE

Terry Page, 32, was a passenger in a Daewoo Matiz when it was in collision with a Seat Ibiza in The Causeway, Writtle, near Chelmsford on Friday night.

Emergency services, including police, firefighters, an ambulance and air ambulance were called to the crash at 9.15pm but despite their best efforts were unable to save Mr Page, who was from Hayle, Cornwall, but originally from Chelmsford.

In a statement, his family said: “Terry was an amazing father whose main focus was his son.

“Nothing will ease the loss that we have suffered.

“Terry was fun to be around, the life and soul of the party.

“He was fiercely loyal to his friends and loved by everyone.

“He won’t ever be forgotten and our hearts will never heal.”

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