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Tributes paid to biker thought to have been killed in Didcot Power Station collapse

A biker group in the North East has paid tribute to one of its members who is believed to have been killed in the Didcot Power Station collapse.

Teesriders said 'Whitby' Mick Collings was a "good friend and dedicated member" of the motorcycle club.

Mick Collings is thought to have died in the collapse at Didcot Power Station Credit: Teesriders MCC

Hundreds of comments have since been added to the Facebook post, sending thoughts to his family and friends.

One of Mr Collings' friends at the Teesriders motorcycle club, Joe Johnson, told ITV News that he was very well-liked, and had many friends.

It still hasn't really sunk it yet. He was a really well-liked guy in all his circles. He was a good, dedicated member of the club, and he had friends all over the place.

– Joe Johnson
Search teams are slowly working through the debris

There has been no official confirmation of Mick Collings' death.

One person is confirmed dead, with search teams still trying to find three others who are missing at the site.

Five remain in hospital in what police say is a "serious but not critical" condition.

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