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Family pay heartfelt tribute to much-loved son


The family of 19-year-old Brandon McCormick, who died in a collision on Sunday, have paid a heartfelt tribute to him.

The teenager from Gloucester died following a collision on the B4008 in Standish near Stonehouse in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Police were called at around 12.10am with a report of a serious collision which involved a green Kawasaki off-road bike.

In a statement, his family said: “Your laugh still rings in our memory son.

“I only wish more of the world got to see the version of you that we saw. Hardworking, funny, courageous – but most of all a thrill-seeking teenager.

“The protector of your sisters and brothers, the guider of your niece and nephew.

“Your dedication and approach to life was second to none and you lived life the way you wanted. Your passing will forever haunt us, but son you really lived your last few hours doing what you loved on your bike alongside your many of friends.

“We love you son, more than yesterday, but less than tomorrow.”

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