Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Appeal to Give Tragic Lad 'Best Send-Off' ; Boy, Nine, Was Travelling with His Dad and Brother When Car Overturned near Chester

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Appeal to Give Tragic Lad 'Best Send-Off' ; Boy, Nine, Was Travelling with His Dad and Brother When Car Overturned near Chester

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FRIENDS of a nine-year-old old who tragically died in a car crash have set up a fundraising page to help give him the 'best send-off ever.' .

Jaiden Gill, from Benchill, Wythenshawe, was travelling with his dad and brother in a blue Ford Focus when the car overturned close to Hapsford Services, near Chester, on Sunday.

The youngster, who was sitting in the front passenger seat, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Jaiden's 15-year-old brother and dad, 42, remain in hospital following the crash.

Now friends have created a Go Fund Me page in the hopes of raising Pounds 4,000 to help his family.

Emily Mem Reavey has set up the page and said: "This is to give Jaiden's family a helping hand in making his final journey all it can be with a little less worry. Anything you can give is going to be an amazing help, so thank you in advance everyone. We all know his mother would go above and beyond to make sure this happens anyway but I feel we can all strive to make this happen with her. …

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