Police name motorbike rider who died in Little Walden collision

PUBLISHED: 09:13 27 August 2020 | UPDATED: 09:28 27 August 2020

Tim has been described by his family as a dearly loved son, brother, boyfriend and friend to everyone that knew him. Photo: ESSEX POLICE.

Tim has been described by his family as a dearly loved son, brother, boyfriend and friend to everyone that knew him. Photo: ESSEX POLICE.

ESSEX POLICE

The motorbike rider who died following a collision in Little Walden has been named.

Tim Cook, 28, sadly died after a collision on the B1052 Walden Road between Hadstock and Little Walden on Wednesday, August 19.

Police were called to the scene at just before 6.15pm.

There had been collision between a BMW motorbike and a blue Volkswagen.

An Essex Police spokesperson said: “His family have described him as a dearly loved son, brother, boyfriend and friend to everyone that knew him. Tim was training to be a fully qualified optician. He liked scuba diving, magic and had a passion for cars and motorbikes. He had a zest for life and was never known without a smile or a cheeky grin.”

Detective Constable Martyn Wells from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, which has been investigating the circumstances surrounding Tim’s death said: “Our thoughts are with Tim’s family and friends at this incredibly difficult time.”

Witnesses with information or dash cam footage should call 101 quoting incident 970. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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