UPDATED: Tributes pour in for talented footballer Dylan
Tributes have flooded in for a talented amateur footballer who was killed after being knocked off his bike.
Dylan Crossey, aged 15, died after being involved in a collision while riding his bike on Friday night.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and drink driving.
Dylan, who lived in Chorley but also had family in Penwortham, played as a striker for Penwortham St Teresas FC and formerly Cadley FC.
A vigil was held on Saturday night in his memory and some matches were cancelled today as a mark of respect.
Dylan’s family said in a statement: “Dylan was... read more
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