A DAD-TO-BE was killed after being hit by a automobile two days earlier than Christmas as his pregnant accomplice begged: “I would like justice”.
Lewis Taylor, 22, was set to grow to be a dad for the primary time in March however tragically died after a collision on Harold Avenue in Burnley, Lancs final Wednesday.
Lewis Taylor, 22, was set to grow to be a dad for the primary time in March however tragically died after being hit by a automobileCredit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
Cops had been referred to as simply earlier than 1pm to reviews of a collision on Harold Avenue, the place emergency companies discovered Mr Taylor with severe accidents.
He was sadly pronounced useless on the scene a short while later.
Heartbroken girlfriend Kayleigh Ruth at this time urged anybody with data to return ahead.
She stated: “I’m begging anybody who has seen what occurred to please come ahead I would like justice for my babys dad even whether it is an nameless report.
“Somebody cannot get away with killing my boyfriend and taking him away from this world!”
She additionally paid an emotional tribute at this time to “a well-loved step-dad, boyfriend and daddy to be”.
Kayleigh continued: “I’m as a result of give start to our daughter in March and Lewis couldn’t wait to be a dad. He was a cheerful, outgoing one that was all the time smiling and who would assist anybody.
“On the morning of his step-daughter’s birthday he went on a time out together with his associates on his bike. He by no means got here dwelling.
‘ALWAYS LOVE YOU’
“He can be sadly missed by everybody and life won’t ever be the identical once more. Lewis will all the time be in our hearts every single day.
“I’ll all the time be certain that our child lady is aware of who her dad was. I’ll all the time love you Lewis.”
She added: “Nobody or nothing will ever take your home. My coronary heart’s breaking.”
It’s thought a gaggle of younger males had been using in convoy within the space, when one of many bikes collided with a crimson Toyota Yaris automobile.
Kayleigh urged anybody with details about the incident to return ahead
PC Marc Saysell, of Lancashire Police TacOps, stated: “A younger man misplaced his life because of this collision and my ideas stay together with his family members.
“I might ask anyone who witnessed the collision and has not but been spoken to by police, or anybody who has dashcam or CCTV displaying the collision, to contact us.”
Anyone with data ought to name 101, quoting log 667 of December twenty third.