The family of a 19 year old who died in a car accident on the A595 in Cumbria have paid tribute to him.Luke Heywood, who was from Cockermouth, died at the scene of the accident yesterday afternoon. His Peugeot collided with two other vehicles.
His parents and two younger sisters have paid tribute to a wonderful son and brother.
They said: "We love him with all our hearts and we always will. He was always here to help us, a bright light in dark times. He never let us down. He was always here to protect his sisters.
"Luke was gentle, sensitive and loving. He will always be a huge part of our lives and take up a huge part of our hearts. We are lost without him, his smile, his love, his generosity and his deep blue eyes."
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