TRIBUTE has been paid to a man killed in a Hereford crash.

The 29-year-old man, who died in a crash on March 9 at Hereford's Rotherwas industrial estate, has been named as Tomasz Kosiedowski.

His family have paid tribute to him saying: “On March 9 we said goodbye to our beloved Tomasz Kosiedowski; son, brother, beloved partner and above all a devoted father.

“A man of great heart, helpful and capable auto mechanic. Everyone could count on him in any situation, cheerful, friendly.


“He started a family, loved his son and friend-partner more than anything. He worked in the Rotherwas neighbourhood, and everyone knew him.

“Motorization was his great passion. He loved life and had big plans. No words can convey our pain at his loss.

“On his last day, he gave the most precious gift by donating his organs so that other families could enjoy life and health.

“His last farewell will be on April 2 at 9.30am in Hereford's Westfaling Street.”

A police spokesperson said they had been called to a single-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle on the Rotherwas industrial estate at around 2pm on March 9.

The 29-year-old motorcyclist suffered serious injuries and died in hospital, the spokesperson said.