Floral tributes for tragic Sheffield biker

Flowers at the junction of Cadman Road and Mansfield Road in Intake where a fatal road traffic collision occurred
Flowers at the junction of Cadman Road and Mansfield Road in Intake where a fatal road traffic collision occurred
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A sea of floral tributes has been laid at the spot where a young motorcyclist died after a collision with a car.

The 27-year-old man, named as Liam Collins on the cards left among the flowers, died following a crash at the junction of Mansfield Road and Cadman Road in Intake at 3.45pm on Sunday, October 19.

Liam was riding a Yamaha motorbike when it was in collision with a Honda Civic car.

Dozens of bunches of flowers have since been laid at the scene where the popular biker died.

A work T-shirt for a refuse removal firm has also been laid at the scene.

One tribute, signed by Lucy, read: “RIP Liam. I will always love you no matter what happened.”

Another penned by Kirsty said: “Can’t believe you have been taken too soon. You were so amazing. You will truly be missed but never forgotten.”

April wrote: “RIP Liam, too young.”

And a tribute from Jake, Jo, Ian, Gemma and Ann said: “RIP Liam.

“Forever in our hearts.”

Police said both vehicles were on Mansfield Road heading towards the Manor when they crashed at the Cadman Road junction.

The 55-year-old driver of the Honda suffered serious injuries and was taken to hospital.

Anyone who witnessed the incident or saw either vehicle prior to the collision is asked to contact South Yorkshire Police on 101.

Alternatively, ring Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.