A grieving family paid tribute to their “wonderful” 12-year-old son; Tyler Wills, who was hit by a car and later passed away in the hospital. On Friday, November 25, the incident in West Sussex involved Tyler Wills. After learning of the incident, police and paramedics converged on Crawley Avenue between Ifield Community College and Ifield Roundabout at 2:45 p.m. Wills was transported to the hospital and later pronounced deceased.
Family Pays Tribute to Tyler Wills
On Sunday, November 27, Wills’ family released a statement in his honor, which stated, “Our adorable Tyler was the most thoughtful, kind, and lovely youngster. His family is really proud of him. He will always be cherished and missed. Hope you’re kicking the ball up high, our handsome boy. More than words could ever express, we adore you. Mama adores you, “according to Daily Mail.
According to the Daily Mail, his family was getting help from specialized cops. A representative for Sussex Police stated, “No one has been detained, however investigations are ongoing to determine exactly what happened.” They went on to explain that they were interested in speaking with anyone who may have witnessed the incident, the events leading up to it, or who may have dashcam footage that can help them.
Numerous floral tributes and other memorials to him were placed at the scene of the accident. Poems and notes of sympathy were also left by some people. Wills’ father hailed his “lovely grin” and “loving heart” in a tribute post, calling him the “brightest light gleaming in the night sky.”
To generate money for the burial costs and a headstone, a GoFundMe page has been established. The $12,107 objective has already been surpassed by the campaign thus far.
Wills was referred to as “one of the sweetest boys” and as having “never a bad bone in his body” on the page. Wills should receive the “best send off and one he deserves,” according to the friend who organized the fundraiser.