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Tributes to motorcyclist Andrew Beaney after he died in crash on A2 between Bapchild and Teynham

By Andy Gray

The loved ones of a motorcyclist who died in a crash on the A2 have paid-tribute to a "loving family man".

Andrew David Beaney, who lived in Sittingbourne, was killed when his blue and silver Suzuki motorcycle collided with a silver Volkswagen Jetta between Bapchild and Teynham yesterday morning.

Emergency crews including police and the air ambulance were called, but the father-of-four could not be saved.

Tributes have been paid to Andrew David Beaney
Tributes have been paid to Andrew David Beaney

His family have since released a touching tribute to the 51-year-old football fan.

They said: "He was a loving family man and a hard working father of four. Andrew was also a husband and a grandfather of four who loved his dog.

"He loved both watching and playing football and he had many friends. He will be sorely missed especially by his family and all who knew him."

Police at the scene of the accident on the A2 in Bapchild
Police at the scene of the accident on the A2 in Bapchild

The crash happened at the junction with Hempstead Lane at 10.15am.

Police want to speak to anyone who saw the crash, or who saw either the motorcycle or the car beforehand.

Witnesses who have not yet spoken to police are asked to call 01622 798538 or email sciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk.


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