A MOTORCYCLIST who died in a collision on the Jaguar Land Rover factory site on Monday (26 September) has been named as Kieren Rowe.
The 23-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision with a manufacturing tractor unit and trailer on a private road.
Mr Rowe’s family have spoken of their loss. They said: “We are devastated to report that our beautiful boy was tragically taken away from us on Monday, his life has been snatched from him far too soon.
“Kieren was a loving, caring, witty lad with an amazing personality and huge heart.
“He was a much loved son, big brother and an unbelievably, amazing, loving daddy to his little girl Alice. Kieren was so much to so many family and friends.
“Our hearts are truly broken and he will be missed every minute of every day.
“We would like to say thank you to all the emergency services, Jaguar Land Rover, family and friends for their support. We also appreciate all the beautiful messages and comments we read about Kieren.”
Sergeant Alan Wood, from the force’s collision investigation unit, said: “Investigations are on-going into the collision and we will be working with our colleagues at the Health and Safety Executive to establish what happened.
Anyone with information should contact the Regional Collision Investigation on 0121 322 6098.
“Our thoughts remain with Mr Rowe’s family at this sad time.”