Tributes paid to man after crash at entrance to Sheffield park

Flowers have been left at the entrance to a popular Sheffield park in tribute to a man killed in a collision last night.

The man, who has not yet been named, crashed at the entrance to Graves Park at the junction of Derbyshire Lane, Hemsworth Road and Cobnar Road, Norton.

A man died in a collision at the entrance to Graves Park, Sheffield

A man died in a collision at the entrance to Graves Park, Sheffield

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Floral tributes have been placed on a damaged wall at the entrance to the park, where the crash occurred.

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A barrier has been placed around the wall and a mangled road sign, also damaged in the crash.

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Police officers blocked off roads in the area while emergency services dealt with the aftermath of the collision.

Details of the circumstances surrounding the collision have not yet been released by South Yorkshire Police.

Emergency services dealt with a fatal collision in Sheffield last night

Emergency services dealt with a fatal collision in Sheffield last night