Tributes left to boy killed in Stalybridge road crash

TRIBUTES have been left at the scene of a road crash in which a teenager was killed.

 

The victim, believed to be 16-year-old Shae Marlow, died when the vehicle he was driving collided with a wall on Wakefield Road.

 

Now several floral tributes have been left at the roadside, with several mourners visiting to pay their respects almost 24 hours later.

The road was clsoed for several hours while emergency services remained at the scene

It is thought the victim was driving a Volkswagen Golf that was being followed by police after reports of an attempted burglary at a shop on Ambleside at Ridge Hill.

 

The car collided with the wall about one mile away at 6.30pm on Tuesday, November 3, a short time after the pursuit started.

 

Shae, of Stalybridge, was pronounced dead at the scene and a second 16-year-old boy was taken to hospital by paramedics, where he remains in a serious condition.

Shae Marlow

An online page has been set up to raise money for his funeral, and has raised almost £2,300.

 

The incident has been referred to Greater Manchester Police’s Professional Standards Branch and the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC).

 

A GMP statement said: “A teenager has sadly died following a road traffic collision on Wakefield Road in Stalybridge.

 

“Just after 6pm, officers were called to a report of an attempted burglary on Ambleside, Stalybridge.

 

“Officers followed a vehicle believed to be involved, a VW Golf, which later collided with a wall on Wakefield Road at 6.30pm.

Floral tributes have been placed at the scene where 16-year old Shae Marlow died

“Emergency services attended but sadly the driver, a teenage boy, was pronounced dead at the scene.

 

“A second teenager, a 16-year-old passenger, was taken to hospital by paramedics in a serious condition.

 

“In line with normal procedure, the incident has been referred to GMP’s Professional Standards Branch and the IOPC.”

 

A spokesperson for the IOPC said: “We have begun an independent investigation into the actions of the police prior to a collision in Stalybridge in which, sadly, the 16-year-old driver of a car has died and another 16-year-old was seriously injured.

 

“We were notified by Greater Manchester Police that at around 6.30pm on Tuesday, November 3 on Wakefield Road that a police vehicle had followed a car and shortly afterwards found it had crashed near the junction with Printworks Road.

“Our investigators are attending the scene of the collision and the post-incident procedures.

 

“Our thoughts are with the families of the two 16-year-olds and all of those affected.”

 

Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting incident number 2146 of 03/11/20.

4 Replies to “Tributes left to boy killed in Stalybridge road crash”

  1. I’ve had to comment as I’ve seen some awful comments with people attacking the kids over graffiti on the wall and things fo they not realise they are just KIDS grieving lost shocked not knowing what to do can I please make a suggestion to one of shaes framily or friends maybe put a post up get everyone to meet and have a few books that people can leave forever comments in just a thought is such a shame my heart thoughts and prayers are with both shae and Jack’s family and friends xxx people be respectful remember grief is hard enough in adults this has shook hundreds of kids lives x

  2. It’s a sad time we are in with this pandemic but it’s a much sadder time when any kid loses his life or her life irrelevant of anything that’s lead up to this
    I dont know the kid Shae but jack his mate who was in the car with him was one of my old boxers at Tameside Elite Boxing Academy up the road from this tradegy jack was a Bit of a Charachter and a Cheeky Chappy he moved gyms do a friends gym in Salford 2 years ago
    He was a nice kid but like us all when we were young dragged into groups and became a bit of a lad that’s the thing with growing up we all have to grow up irrelevant of how others feel but he was still a nice kid, I think your heart has to go out to the 16 lad and his family and friend who lost his life because that’s a young age to go hes not even experienced life and hopefully our old lad jack makes a speedy recovery
    I’m only glad no other kid or member of the public was killed during this police chase but that doesnt take it away from the fact that someones sons just died and someone elses son is in a serious condition, it is such a tragedy, I can’t speak on behalf of the police but what they must of seen at the Scene of the accident is not something any of us would of wanted to see two poor kids stuck in a Car Wreckage because that type of thing would live with you forever , its just so sad for all involved
    God bless them all from Steve and all the Team xxx

  3. What a waste of oxygen, the world is a safer place now this burglar has departed its shores…

    No sympathy.

    You live by the sword, you die by the sword.

  4. Just a little twerp driving a car underage on the run from police….best place for him 6ft under one less idiot in the world

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