'RIP Codeye and Tyrone': Huge funeral procession takes over Sheffield streets for friends killed in M1 crash

Flares were lit, engines were revved and horns were sounded in a funeral procession through Sheffield for two friends who died together in a horror crash.

By Claire Lewis
Thursday, 29th April 2021, 12:57 pm

The heartbroken families of Tyrone Forde, aged 22 and Jordan Caster, 19, both from Sheffield, organised a joint funeral yesterday for the two friends who died in a crash on the M1, just north of Sheffield, earlier this month.

The car they were travelling in – a white Volkswagen Golf – left the carriageway, hit a barrier and a number of trees before overturning and landing on its roof.

The two men were pronounced dead at the scene.

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Funeral procession through Sheffield

Yesterday, friends joined the funeral procession for the two young men on their final journey.

As a tribute multi-coloured flares were lit as cars, quads and motorbikes made their way to Shiregreen Cemetery, where a joint service was held.

Among the floral tributes left for Tyrone and Jordan was a wreath spelling ‘friends’.

Jordan Caster

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