Soft toys and flowers are left as a tribute to 10 year old who died as he cycled to school in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 12:22 30 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:22 30 July 2018

Kastytis Dambrauskas, 10, of Cox Close, Wisbech, was riding his bike on Weasenham Lane in the town at when his bicycle was involved in a collision with a lorry. Family, friends and townsfolk have left tributes at the scene.

Kastytis Dambrauskas, 10, of Cox Close, Wisbech, was riding his bike on Weasenham Lane in the town at when his bicycle was involved in a collision with a lorry. Family, friends and townsfolk have left tributes at the scene.

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Teddy bears and flowers are pinned to a fence in Wisbech in memory of a 10 year old boy who died as he cycled to school in the last week of term before the summer holidays.

Kastytis Dambrauskas, 10, of Cox Close, Wisbech, was riding his bike on Weasenham Lane in the town at when his bicycle was involved in a collision with a lorry. Family, friends and townsfolk have left tributes at the scene. Kastytis Dambrauskas, 10, of Cox Close, Wisbech, was riding his bike on Weasenham Lane in the town at when his bicycle was involved in a collision with a lorry. Family, friends and townsfolk have left tributes at the scene.

Scores of messages and tributes adorn the fence in Weasenham Lane as a tribute to Kastytis Dambrauskas who died at the scene when he was in collision with a lorry.

His family paid tribute to the much loved lad who was a keen swimmer and music fan.

His family said: “Words cannot express the devastation we are feeling following the loss of Kastytis. He was a very much loved son, brother, nephew and grandson. He will be sorely missed by all.

“He was a keen swimmer and loved being in the water. If he wasn’t swimming he was listening to music.

Kastytis Dambrauskas when he was in collision with a lorry at WisbechKastytis Dambrauskas when he was in collision with a lorry at Wisbech

“We are incredibly grateful for the help and support we have received as a family but we would now like to ask that we are left alone at this tough time to grieve in private.”

The incident was on Monday July 16.


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