“We will never forget him”: more victims of Croydon tram crash named

Three more victims of the Croydon tram crash which killed 7 people on Thursday have been named.

As well as Dane Chinnery, who was named yesterday, Phil Seary, Mark Smith, Dorota Rynkiewicz all lost their lives.

“Everyone that knew him said he was a gentle giant with a heart to match…he will be immensely missed by all that had the great fortune to know him,” said Phil Seary’s family in a statement.

And the brother-in-law of Mark Smith told the BBC: “He will always stay in our hearts and our minds and we will never forget him.”

The British Transport Police said it would helping the families throughout the coming months.

“We have specially trained officers supporting their families and loved ones, helping them through what could be a lengthy inquest process.

“I want to pay tribute to the community of Croydon who have shown incredible strength and resilience during this difficult time, as well as every single member of the emergency services and other agencies who have helped throughout.”

(Pic: BBC)

 

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