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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The wife of a Runcorn man who died following a fail to stop collision has paid an emotional tribute to him. Kevin Viles, 41, passed away on Friday (November 18) at Aintree Hospital after the crash on October 17. The dad-of-four was a passenger in a silver Mini Cooper that came off the road on the A533 Southern Expressway and overturned on the embankment. Mr Viles, a grandfather to a one-year-old baby, suffered critical injuries in the collision, which occurred shortly before 6pm. The driver of the car fled the scene, leaving Kevin inside the vehicle. Following his death, Kevin’s wife Emma said: “Kev was not only my husband, but my best friend, my soul mate and a shoulder to cry on when I needed it. Read more: Family pay tribute to 'loving' dad-to-be who died after M6 crash “He fought so very hard to heal and recover from his injuries, to be back with me and our four amazing children Nathan, Jessica, Amber and Kaylee, and his grandson Kairo. Sadly, Kev lost the battle and peacefully drifted away on November 18, with me right by his side. “Life is never going to be the same for any of us without him, he was our big friendly giant who would do absolutely anything for anyone and always put people before himself. Our kids meant the absolute world to him, and he would always go above and beyond to ensure they were number one of his priorities. Kevin Viles, 41, died over a month after the fail to stop collision in Runcorn (Image: Cheshire Constabulary) “Although you sleep in heaven now Kev, you’re not really that far away my heart is full of memories and you’re with me every day. You lived your life with meaning and with a smile upon your silly face. A world that was full of happiness is now an empty place for me.
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. I know you’re at peace now and in a place where you are free.” Officers are continuing to appeal for information following the collision. Police Constable Liz Thompson, of the Serious and Complex Collision Investigation Unit, added: “Following Kevin’s death I would urge people to examine their conscience and think back to the day of the incident. “This isn’t just a serious collision anymore, a man has lost his life, a woman has lost her husband, four children have lost their dad and a one-year-old baby has lost his grandad. If you have any information in relation to this collision – no matter how small – please come forward so we can get justice for Kevin’s family. “We want to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time of the incident and believes they may have witnessed the collision or saw the silver Mini Cooper travelling from Widnes town centre across the Mersey Gateway Bridge onto the Southern Expressway on the night of the incident. “We also want to hear from anyone with any CCTV or dashcam footage of the incident. I urge anyone with any information to call us on 101 quoting IML 1391017, or visit cheshire.police.uk/police-forces/cheshire-constabulary/areas/cheshire/about-us/about-us/provide-more-information-about-an-appeal/. ” A 29-year-old man from Widnes was subsequently arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. He has since been released under investigation. NEWSLETTER: Sign up for CheshireLive email direct to your inbox here READ NEXT: Mum told 'crippling' pain was Crohn's disease before stage 4 cancer diagnosis Firefighters descend on quiet Cheshire street as overloaded plug sockets cause house fire Popular 'gentle giant' doorman dies suddenly on holiday in Spain Cheshire street endures 'one of worst cases of noise nuisance' as dogs bark constantly Man sent to jail for serving mince pies during lockdown suffers heart attack in prison
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