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Head pays tribute to moto-cross teenager
10:52am Wednesday 14th May 2014 in News
TRIBUTES continue to pour in for a boy killed on a Hampshire moto-cross track.
Bradley Hooper, 16, from Farnham, Surrey, died after he was struck by another machine on the circuit at Headbourne Worthy near Winchester on Sunday.
The number of likes on a specially-created Facebook page stood at nearly 12,000.
Nick Phillips, head teacher of Farnham Heath End School, where Bradley was a pupil, posted: “The outpouring of grief at school today when staff and students heard of your tragic, early and untimely death was a testament to the high regard that all who knew you, even if they didn’t know you well, held you in.
“We will all miss you and that infectious sense of humour and massive joyous smile. R.I.P. Brad.”
The post-mortem took place yesterday at Southamp-ton General Hospital. An inquest was due to be opened in Southampton today.
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