Funeral held for Barrow motorcyclist, 23
Last updated at 11:40, Wednesday, 23 April 2014
THE funeral of a 23-year-old biker who died following a crash on a road near Lindal has taken place today.
Scott Gibson, of Lesh Lane, Barrow, died on April 4 at about 10.30pm when his bike collided with a police van on the A590.
His funeral was held this morning at St Matthew’s Church, in Highfield Road, Barrow.
Tributes have been paid to Mr Gibson, with one describing him as “the greatest guy anyone could ever know”.
First published at 10:51, Tuesday, 22 April 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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you will be sadly missed scott :( we all love u so much xxx
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