Families pay tribute to men who died in Essington motorbike crash
The families of two men who died in a motorcycle accident in Essington have paid tribute to them.
Nathan Duval, aged 35, from Willenhall, and Adam Humpage, aged 25, from Coven, died in the crash which happened in Blackhalve Lane around 6.40pm last Saturday.
The accident saw a number of motorcycles collide and the two were pronounced dead by paramedics shortly afterwards.
Nathan’s family said: “Nathan is the pride and joy of his family, with his infectious character.
“A daddy to two precious boys, he is our absolute world - an incredibly loved partner, daddy, son, brother and grandson.
“None of our lives will ever be the same, we love and miss you.”
Paying tribute to Adam, his family said: “He was such a loving and wonderful son, brother and daddy – our lives will never be the same.”
Officers are continuing to appeal for information and dashcam footage of the area at the time of the collision.
Sergeant Richard Moors of the Staffordshire and West Midlands serious collision investigation unit said: “We would like to speak to anyone who saw the motorbikes involved prior to the collision.
“Any witnesses to the collision itself are also urged to come forward and speak to us as well as anyone who may have relevant dashcam footage of the area at the time of the crash."
Anyone with information can e-mail the collision investigation unit directly at email@example.com, contact us using Live Chat on our website – www.staffordshire.police.uk - or call 101, quoting incident 745 of May 20.