Motorcyclist, 20, who died in Baldock crash was Royston apprentice

12:33 24 July 2014

Floral tributes have been left at the scene where Jack Alexander, 20, died on July 17

Floral tributes have been left at the scene where Jack Alexander, 20, died on July 17

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A 20-year-old motorcylist who was killed in a crash last week was an apprentice at a Royston firm.

Jack Alexander was killed when his Yamaha YZFR6 motorbike collided with a silver Volkswagen Transporter van on the B656 Royston Road in Baldock at 7.45am on July 17.

Jack – who went to Samuel Whitbread Academy in Clifton and lived in Stotfold – had just finished working as an apprentice at Thermal Engineering in Royston.

A Facebook page has been created where people can leave their memories of Jack, share photos and support the petition to build a bench in his memory.

To leave a memory of Jack or sign the petition search for R.I.P JACK ALEXANDER X on Facebook.

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