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27 October 2010, 12:11 | Updated: 27 October 2010, 12:21
The family of a three year old boy, who was killed in a car crash near Newmarket, have paid tribute to him.
Henry James Robert Blacklock [pictured - right] died in a crash in the village of Cheveley on Saturday evening when a black Jaguar X type collided with a white Renault Clio on the B1073.
This statement comes from his mother, Clare Seager, and his family.
"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
Henry loved playing with his trucks, tractors and lorries.
He would quickly make friends with people he met and just loved life and everyone.
Henry was really bright and intelligent little boy who was always smiling and seemed to know everything.
His biggest fans were his cousins, Ellie-Mae and Olivia, his aunts and uncles and his brother and sisters, Jack, Lilly and Jasmin."
A 30 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.