Junior Shay Alexander: Teen killed in Bromley e-scooter hit-and-run named as oldsters pay tribute to ‘stunning son’


{The teenager} killed in a hit-and-run incident whilst driving an e-scooter in southeast London has been named as Junior Shay Alexander.

Officials have been referred to as to Southborough Lane, Bromley, within the early hours of Sunday morning following experiences of a collision involving a automobile and an e-scooter, and located the 16-year-old with critical accidents.

He later died in sanatorium.

Police were called to Southborough Lane at approximately 1.20am on Sunday following reports of a collision involving a car and an e-scooter
Police have been referred to as to Southborough Lane at roughly 1.20am on Sunday following experiences of a collision involving a automobile and an e-scooter

Junior’s oldsters mentioned they have been “suffering to return to phrases with the truth that our stunning son is long gone”.

In a remark, they mentioned: “He was once a lovely son, brother, uncle, grandson and all those that knew him beloved him.

“As we proceed to care for his insufferable loss we might ask that any witnesses to the incident please touch police. Any knowledge – regardless of how small – might be related.”

The auto, a purple Fiat Punto, didn’t prevent following the collision and was once found out later that very same morning in Southwood Shut, Bromley.

The motive force, a 20-year-old guy, has been arrested on suspicion of failing to prevent on the scene of a collision, inflicting dying through unhealthy riding and offering a favorable alcohol breath take a look at.

He was once taken into custody and later launched on bail pending additional enquiries. He’s subsequent because of seem on a date in early August.

The e-scooter being ridden on the time was once additionally believed to had been stolen from the scene.

On Monday, a 46-year-old guy attended a south London police station in ownership of the scooter, and he was once arrested on suspicion of robbery and later launched below investigation.

Flowers left by a tree on Southborough Lane
Flora left through a tree on Southborough Lane

Native citizens had been suggested to test doorbell video cameras, and drivers within the house requested to revisit any sprint cam photos they’ll have.

Any person who noticed the collision, witnessed the elimination of the e-scooter, or who noticed a purple Fiat Punto being pushed within the house at round 01:20hrs, is suggested to name police on 0208 285 1574, offering the reference 775/18JUL.

Knowledge will also be equipped to Crimestoppers, anonymously, through calling 0800 555 111.


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