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Tributes are paid to young motorcyclist

Written by on 13 February 2016


Tributes are paid to young motorcyclist

A motorcyclist involved in a serious road traffic collision in Brielle Way, Sheerness, on Wednesday 10 February has died.

The 26-year-old, who died on Friday 12 February as a result of injuries sustained in the collision, has been named as Alessandro Arcadipine, known to everyone as Alex, from Minster on the Isle of Sheppey.

Alex’s family have paid tribute to a well-respected young man who stepped up to the plate as a single dad to his two daughters, Lucy and Ellie, who lived with him.

His father Joe described him as devoted to his daughters and said nothing was too much trouble for him and he was extremely proud of his little family.

Mr Arcadipine said that Alex would be missed by all who knew him and that he loved his life and his friends but mostly his daughters, with whom he spent all his spare time.

The family have asked that their privacy is respected during this very difficult time.

Alex was riding his black Yamaha YQ 100 near the Blue Town end of Brielle Way when he was involved in a collision with a red Citroen C2 at about 10.10am on Wednesday 10 February.

The collision is being investigated by Kent Police’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit and officers would like to hear from any motorists who witnessed the collision or who may have driven over debris on Brielle Way near where the collision occurred.

Anyone with information is asked to call the SCIU witness line on 01622 798538 or email quoting reference 10-0270.

supplied by Kent Police

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