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The family of a 23-year-old man who died in a collision in Crewe have paid tribute to him.
Joshua Spender, from Crewe, was the pedestrian involved in a collision with a White Van.
The incident occurred on Macon Way, Crewe at approximately 17.30 hours on Friday 5th November.
Sadly, Joshua passed away a short time later at hospital.
His family are being supported by specialist officers.
His family has paid the following tribute to him:
“Joshua, aged 23, died on Friday 5th November following a fatal road traffic accident.
“He had lived in Crewe with his loving family all of his life and was a devoted son, grandson, brother and friend to many.
“Joshua worked as a Trainee Accountant and attended Dane Bank college, prior to this he worked at Leighton Hospital for 4 years.
“Joshua loved going to watch Crewe Alex with his dad, enjoyed reading books and travelling.
"He was so loved and no words can describe how much he will truly be missed by all his family and friends, having been so suddenly taken from us.
"He was considerate, caring and had a good sense of humour. We, as a family, are devastated that we have lost Joshua in such tragic circumstances.''