Family pays tribute to boy who died in Newmarket crash
1st November 2010
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The family of local three year old Henry James Robert Blaclock, who was killed in a fatal car accident near Newmarket on Saturday 23rd October, have paid tribute to their 'little boy, with a big heart'.


The three year old from Red Lodge was killed when the vehicle he was travelling in collided with a black Jaguar on the B1063 near Newmarket.


The accident which made national headlines has shocked local residents and friends of the Blacklock family.


His mother, Clare Seager, released a statement that praised his heartwarming character and zest for life: “Henry was a little boy with a big heart, who was, and is, loved by everyone who knew him."

“For a three-year-old lad he didn’t know the meaning of fear or danger."

“Henry was a boy that everyone who ever met him immediately took to. He even had the bin men laughing, especially when he would run out with his own bin lorry and say ‘look, me got one of those'."

“He would quickly make friends with people he met and just loved life and everyone."
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