12-year-old boy dies on his way to soccer training

British boy Ted Vines’ family are in mourning after he died in a car crash in Bardney on Sunday.

Ted Vines was on his way to soccer practice in Lincolnshire when the car he was in crashed into another car.

The male driver of another car according to Sky News was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

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– Always happy

Ted Vines’ parents told the website that the boy was loved by everyone around him.

– He is always happy, funny and brilliant. Wherever he went, he had friends. He has a special place in society, he said in the statement.

Glen Thompson, principal at Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford, where Ted was still a student, was clearly affected by the twelve-year-old’s sudden death.

“This is of course a very sad time for the whole school, above all our thoughts go out to the family at this time,” he told BBC.

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At this time, the police do not know how the accident occurred.

They are now seeking information from witnesses, and are asking anyone with dashcam footage of the collision to contact them.

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