A FLOOD of tributes has poured onto social media for Lee Galbraith, the Cirencester man killed in a crash on the A433 on August 21.

Well over a hundred messages have been left on Lee’s Facebook page expressing sadness and celebrating his fun loving nature.

In a statement his parents said: “Lee was a fabulous son, brother and uncle. He was warm, kind and generous to everybody. He was a fun loving man and very family-oriented.”

His sister added: “Lee was a very loved little brother, adored by his two nieces and nephew.”

Police are appealing for further information about the crash, which happened on the A433 near to the junction with the A429 at Kemble.

A silver Audi TT driven by a 64-year-old woman from London collided with a white Suzuki GSXR motorbike. 

The driver and passenger of the Audi suffered facial injuries and were taken to Cirencester Hospital before being transferred to Cheltenham Hospital. They were released from hospital later that day. 

The road was closed for around 4 hours as officers carried out an investigation into the crash.  The coroner has been informed.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident is asked to contact Gloucestershire Police on 101 quoting incident number 163 of August 21.