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Family pays tribute to 'beautiful boy', Jamie Sutton, from Bovingdon who died in crash in Chesham
The family of a six-year-old who died in a collision in Chesham has paid tribute to their “beautiful, happy and intelligent little boy”.
Jamie Sutton from Bovingdon, Hertfordshire, was a passenger in a black Ford Ka that crashed in Ley Hill at 4.15pm on Friday.
He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.
In a statement, his family said today: “Jamie was a beautiful, happy and intelligent little boy who inspired love and happiness in everyone he met.
“His cheeky grin and even cheekier personality will be missed so much by his family, extended family and more friends than you would think it possible for a six-year-old to have.
“Jamie has a special passion and interest in dinosaurs and the planets, they both fascinated him and he soaked up information like a sponge. He could teach most adults something new about a dinosaur they never even knew existed.
“Jamie was loved by so many people, adults and children alike. We would like to thank our family, friends and Waterside School for their continued support.
“Sleep tight my angel, we will love you forever.”
There have not been any arrests at this time and investigations are continuing, police said.
Contact officers on the 101 non-emergency enquiry line with any information.
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