– Greg Taylor's family.
Greg was a loving brother and son.
He was loved unconditionally by all his family and friends and will be remembered always.
The family respectfully request that they be left alone to grieve in peace at this very difficult time.”
A 37 year old man arrested following a fatal road collision in Kings Ash Road in Paignton in the early hours of Sunday morning has been released on Police bail until November.
Police have named the motorcyclist who died following a collision with a car in Paignton on Sunday morning as 19 year old Gregory Taylor, known locally as Greg, from Buckfastleigh.
King's Ash Road in Paignton is expected to be closed until the early evening following a fatal accident there this morning.
The A380 King's Ash Road in Paignton is likely to remain closed until early evening. It's due to an accident that claimed the life of a teenage motorcyclist early this morning.
A teenage motorcyclist has died after a collision with a car in Paignton.
It happened at around 2am this morning on King's Ash Road. The 19-year-old man from Buckfast was treated at the scene but later died at Torbay hospital. A 37 year old man from Paignton has been arrested.
The road remains closed while investigations by the serious collisions unit continue. A post mortem will be conducted in the next few days.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed any incidents involving a red VW Golf and a motorcycle near Tweenaway Cross on either the Totnes Road or King's Ash Road between 1am and 2am to contact 101 quoting log : 141 04/08/13.
The A380 King's Ash Road Northbound is closed due to accident between the A385 Totnes Road / A3022 Brixham Road (Tweenaway Cross) and Waterleat Road. It's likely to remain closed for much of the morning.