Tributes paid to Chelmsford crash victim William Waterfield
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The daughter’s of a man who died following an accident near The Globe pub, in Chelmsford, have described him as funny, witty and intelligent.
William Waterfield, 62, of Kings Road in Chelmsford was involved in a collision with a red Volkswagen Golf in Rainsford Road, near the The Globe pub on Thursday, July 2.
Mr Waterfield, who was a pedestrian, was taken to the Royal London Hospital by air ambulance but later died.
In a tribute to Mr Waterfield, his daughters Faye and Collette, said: “It is with great sadness and shock that we have been told of our dad’s passing after being involved in the collision.
“It’s hard to take it in as he was still young and enjoyed life.
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“He will be sadly missed by many as he was a funny, witty and intelligent man.”
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