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31 March 2010, 15:41 | Updated: 31 March 2010, 15:48
The family of a teenager killed in a moped crash in Basingstoke have paid tribute to their son.
18 year old Kieren Clark died on Saturday, after suffering head injuries when he hit a parked car in Pinkerton Road.
His parents say he was a "loving son" and "fantastic brother". They have released the following statement:
“Kieran loved life and lived it to the full. He always knew how to cheer you up with his cheeky grin and witty remarks. He had the most infectious personality, which explains the amount of friends he had, most of them knowing him simply as ‘Key’. Kieran held all his family and friends in such high regard.
“We are astounded and comforted by the number of people leaving such beautiful messages with flowers, on cards and also on Facebook groups set up in memory of Kieran, which more than 1100 people have joined.
“He was tragically taken too soon. None of us will ever run out of tears for darling Kieran – forever young.
“Anyone wishing to attend the funeral would be welcome.
It will be held on Wednesday, April 14, at 1pm at Trinity Church, Sarum Hill, Basingstoke.”
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