Tragedy as boy, four, killed by rubbish truck as he played outside on his bike

A four-year-old boy who was killed when his bicycle was tragically hit by a garbage truck is pictured.

Bronson John Bannister Williams died on Wednesday after the crash in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.

His shattered family paid him tribute, saying that Bronson was so excited to go to school and that he had just tried on his new school clothes half an hour before the “terrible accident”.

According to abc newsA family member wrote on Facebook: “Bronson was only four years old, we had just taken him to school to get his new clothes and he had tried them on only 30 minutes before the terrible accident.

“He was so excited to start a big school with his brother and sister.

“Bronson was very smart and had a bubbly personality.”

On Appeal on Facebook says: “We would like to have a good goodbye for our little angel boy, but money is a little tight in this situation, since Covid-19 is taking place, it has only set our family back a little and we haven’t.” right means to give him the farewell he would have wanted.

Family grieves for 4 years Bronson Bannister Williams, who was killed in a garbage truck accident.

“So please everyone, if you can donate even a dollar, everything helps in some way.”

The owners of the rubbish truck released a statement that their thoughts were with the family and that they are working with the police in their investigation.

Tasmania Police are still investigating the circumstances of the incident and it is unclear how it happened.

A spokeswoman described it as “an absolute tragedy for everyone involved”.


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