‘One in a million’ - Parents pay tribute to teenagers Kyle Warren, Billy Hines and Dominic O’Neill who died in Pulham Market crash
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The families of three teenage boys who died in a crash at Pulham Market have paid touching tributes.
Kyle Warren, 17, Dominic O'Neill, 18, and Billy Hines, 16, died in the crash on Tivetshall Road on Wednesday, April 5.
The friends had been travelling in a black Ford Ka when the crash happened at about 11.50pm.
Kyle's family described him as a 'very cheeky chappie' and said: 'He always had a wonderful smile on his face no matter what! He was an extremely loving person, especially to all his family and friends. He was very outgoing and loved in return by all.'
MORE: Inquest opens into the deaths of Kyle Warren, Billy Hines and Dominic O'NeillThey said he loved banger racing and often won trophies.
'Lorries played a big part in Kyle's life with truck shows and polish,' they said.
'Which later evolved into his passion for cars and the modified car scene, music and partying which he tried his best not to miss! Kyle will be sadly missed and never forgotten.'
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Davina O'Neill, Dominic's mother, described her son as a 'beautiful, much-loved person'.
'He will be greatly missed by many,' she said. 'I have been overwhelmed by the support and love from his friends and would like to thank everyone for their donations on his Just Giving page.'
MORE: Police to investigate what caused devastating Pulham Market crashMeanwhile, Billy's family said: 'From the day Billy was born he made everybody smile, he was loved by everyone.
'He was a funny, loving, caring, hard working boy and always had a cheeky smile on his face. He brought so much joy to everyone he met and touched so many hearts.
'He was as someone said 'one in a million'. Billy had many interests including shooting, beating on local shoots, he loved his motorbikes and cars.
'Billy will be forever missed by his mum Mandy, his Dad Jason and his big brothers Ryan and Jack and all his family and friends. It is testimony to Billy, Kyle and Dom to all the support we have had as a family.'
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