THE wife of the tragic motorcyclist killed in a road smash in Haigh has made an emotional appeal on Facebook to help police find out the circumstances of her husband’s accident.
At 9.35am on Monday there was a collision between a Kawasaki motorbike and Jeep Cherokee on Meadow Pit Lane, Haigh.
The emergency services were called but the 39-year-old biker, Steven Peet, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
Flowers have since been left close to the crash site.
Police are now appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the collision to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 0161 856 4741.
They are particularly keen to speak to anyone who may have captured footage on CCTV or a dash-cam.
Steven’s wife, Lisa, paid tribute on her Facebook page yesterday. She said: “Well today I lost the most amazing person in my life, God took him away from me too soon. I will stay strong for my babies, he was an amazing father and my rock - sleep tight baby till we meet again.”
And she appealed to other Facebook users, asking her friends to share our online story in a bid to find out what happened.
Paying tribute, his family said: “Steven will be sadly missed by all that knew him. His mum and dad loved him so much, Steven was their youngest son, their baby.
His brother said his baby brother has now got his angel wings. His children describe their dad as the most amazing, best dad they could ever have and they loved him so much. It all this feels like it is a dream.
His loving wife Lisa describes him as her best friend, a grafter for his family, her rock and she just wants him back.”
Tributes have also been pouring in to the WiganToday Facebook page.
Emma Hoggarth posted: “Rip ... thoughts & prayers are with family and friends at this sad time.”
Lynzie Rudd posted: “So sad to hear this. My heart goes out to his family and friends. Rip. Please road users open your eyes!”
Donna Lucas posted: “RIP Ste ur gonna be missed mate.”
Andy Markius O’Brien posted: “Lost a good friend yesterday, no a true friend, RIP Steven Peet - my heart goes out to Lisa Peet and her family.”
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