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Family pay tribute to teenager who died after M6 collision

Dylan Murphy

The family of a man who died following injuries suffered in a collision with a HGV on the M6 have paid tribute to his life.

Dylan Murphy, aged 19, from Gretna, died on Friday (March 1).

His family said: “Dylan was a wonderful son who will be sorely missed.

“He was funny, and had a magnanimous personality. He drew people in wherever he went. He leaves behind a heartbroken mum, dad, sisters, partner, son, nan, uncles, aunts and many, many friends.”

The collision occurred in the early hours of Saturday February 23. Mr Murphy was taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle following the collision.

Anyone who witnessed this incident, and has yet to contact police, is asked to get in touch referencing incident 40 of February 23 2019.

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