A boy, 12, has died in hospital after being hit by a car as a heartbroken family pays tribute

A boy, 12, has died in hospital after being hit by a car as a heartbroken family pays tribute to ‘beautiful’ son

  • 12-year-old Tyler Wells was struck by a car on Friday afternoon in West Sussex
  • Police and paramedics were called to the scene in Crawley Street at 2.45pm
  • Their “beautiful, caring, loving and kind boy” was praised by his family this evening.

A heartbroken family has paid tribute to their ‘beautiful’ son after he was hit by a car and died in hospital.

12-year-old Tyler Wells fell down on Friday afternoon in West Sussex after being hit by a car.

Police and paramedics were called to the scene along Crawley Street between Ifield Community College and Ifield roundabout at approximately 2.45pm.

Tyler is rushed to the hospital, where he is sadly pronounced dead.

12-year-old Tyler Wells (pictured) was brought down Friday afternoon in West Sussex after being hit by a car

His family paid tribute to the “beautiful boy” this evening, issuing the following statement: “Our sweet boy Tyler – he was the most caring, loving and gentle boy.

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He made his family very proud. He will be loved and missed forever. Our sweet boy, I hope you’re up for kicking that ball.

We love you more than words can say. Mummy loves you.

His next of kin have been informed and are being supported by dedicated officers.

'Beautiful boy' was paid tribute to by his family this evening, issuing the following statement: 'Our sweet boy Tyler - he was the most caring, loving and gentle boy.

‘Beautiful boy’ was paid tribute to by his family this evening, issuing the following statement: ‘Our sweet boy Tyler – he was the most caring, loving and gentle boy.

A Sussex Police spokesperson said: 'No arrests have been made, but investigations are ongoing into what exactly happened.'

A Sussex Police spokesperson said: ‘No arrests have been made, but investigations are ongoing into what exactly happened.’

A Sussex Police spokesperson said: “No arrests have been made but investigations are ongoing into what exactly happened.”

They added that they would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the incident or the events leading up to it, or anyone who has relevant dash cam footage.

People are urged to contact Sussex Police by emailing [email protected], quoting Serial 750 from 25/11.

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