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Family of man who died on the M60 pay tribute to him

The family of a man who died in a collision on the M60 has paid tribute to him. 

Shortly before 10.25pm on Tuesday 4 December 2018, police were called to junction 16 of the M60 to reports of a collision involving a white Ford Transit, a silver Toyota Avensis people carrier and a black BMW 1 series. 

Emergency services attended but a man sadly died at the scene.  

He has since been formally identified as 60-year-old Peter Lee. 

Paying tribute to him, Peter’s partner Lorraine said: “Peter Lee was a lovely lovely Dad and partner. He was my best friend and a super loving Dad to Bethany and Jasmine. 

“Peter was so kind and he would any anything for anybody. He was a family man first and we are going to miss him so much. 

“Life just isn’t going to be the same ever again.”

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