Alfie Brown Wiki – Alfie Brown Biography
Alfie Brown, a 13-year-old boy who died in a hit-and-run accident while cycling back from a friend’s house has been described as “beautiful and brilliant”.
Alfie Brown was fatally injured when he was struck by a white Ford Ranger truck which failed to stop at Swafield, near North Walsham, Norfolk. The road was closed after officers were called to the scene at 6:24 p.m. from Thursday.Emergency services, including ambulance paramedics and an air ambulance, were dispatched to help, but Alfie died at the scene.His aunt Emma Brown has launched a go-fund-me to ‘give him the send-off he really deserves’ which has raised over £10,600 from almost 600 donations.On the fundraising page, Emma wrote: “Alfie was an adventurous, smart and beautiful boy with his whole life ahead of him. Life will never be the same without him and he will always be in our hearts. Alfie loved to ride his bike, play the guitar, and learn new things. Alfie’s family is raising money to give him the send off he truly deserves, flowers etc.
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Alfie Brown was 13 years old.
Every pound goes a long way.”Norfolk police said the driver, who did not stop, was located shortly after the incident.A man, in his 50s, was arrested on suspicion of causing death for dangerous driving and failure to stop at the scene of a collision. Police on Friday said he had been detained for questioning but have not issued an update.The teen’s father, Andrew Brown, added a tribute on Facebook, saying: “It is with great sadness that I let my friends know that my beautiful son Alfie Brown was killed in a hit and run in Swafield.” RIP Alfie daddy loves you x’He added: “My sister Emma Brown has set up a gofundme page to help with the costs because she has £5,000 to spare.”Alfie’s mother, Bex Beauchamp, also linked to the appeal in a Facebook post, writing: “Thank you for the support from Andrew’s family on Thursday and from my own family and friends.” I would like to help us help Alfie to have the best send-off and dignity that he deserves and that the driver did not give him at the scene, so please… please do.”I’d like to thank whoever he stopped and tried to help our Alfie after.”Norfolk Police are requesting the help of anyone who witnessed the collision or who may have relevant dash cam footage.Anyone with information is asked to contact the Norfolk Police Major Collision Investigation Unit on 101 or email SCIU@norfolk.police.uk quoting reference NC-10082023-376.