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Inquest hears of car accident that killed six-year-old Bovingdon boy

Six-year-old Jamie Sutton, from Bovingdon, was killed in a car crash in Chesham.

Six-year-old Jamie Sutton, from Bovingdon, was killed in a car crash in Chesham.

A six-year-old boy was killed when the car his mother was driving crashed into a tree, an inquest heard.

Jamie Sutton, who lived in Bovingdon with his family, suffered severe head injuries and died as a result of an accident Bucks Coroner’s Court heard on Wednesday.

The accident happened in Ley Hill Road, Chesham, on September 13 last year and Jamie died at the scene.

Police believe that his mother, for some reason, lost control of the black Ford KA she was driving.

At the time of the accident Jamie’s family released a statement through Thames Valley Police which said they were ‘struggling with this devastating and life changing situation’.

They described Jamie as a cheeky youngster and said: “Sleep tight my angel, we will love your forever.”

 

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