Tributes flow in for Shaun
FRESH tributes are today continuing to flood in for an Ipswich man who died in a road crash this week.Shaun Ruddy, 25, of Ellenbrook Green, was pronounced dead at the scene after his blue Fiat Punto crashed into a ditch on Lower Road, Somersham, on Wednesday.
FRESH tributes are today continuing to flood in for an Ipswich man who died in a road crash this week.
Shaun Ruddy, 25, of Ellenbrook Green, was pronounced dead at the scene after his blue Fiat Punto crashed into a ditch on Lower Road, Somersham, on Wednesday.
His family remain too upset to speak of their loss although friends have set up a group on social networking site Facebook while messages of condolence are being left on the Evening Star website.
Jade Partridge said: “You are going to be missed so much.
“I can't believe that you were taken from us, you were a good friend to many people and a best friend to me.
“I'll never forget you or anything you ever did for me. “We will all miss you.”
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Megan Richardson, of Ipswich, said: “I will never forget your friendly smile and I'm going to miss you coming in the shop. “I will never forget you.”
Michelle Sargeant said: “Shaun I was once told that people who die young are angels in disguise. I believe you are one of those angels. You made a lot of people smile.
Be safe now darling you will be greatly missed.”
Felicity Taylor said: “It's been a while but I'll never forget your smiling face.
“All I see is us as children, two-years-old with a ladybird birthday cake, a crooked party hat - you were always so kind and will be sadly missed by all.”
Described as “one of life's good guys”, car-lover Shaun Ruddy had started a new job as a window fitter just two days before his tragic death.
According to friends, Mr Ruddy loved his car more than anything, often spending many hours, days or even weeks working on it.
Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses to the accident, which happened at about 5.40pm, come forward.
Anyone with information to call Pc Roy Dade at the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 01473 613500.
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