Girlfriend pays tribute to Southwater teenager

Toby Woolford
Toby Woolford

THE GIRLFRIEND of a Southwater teenager who died after a car crash has paid tribute to a ‘kind and genuine man’.

Toby Woolford, aged 19, died after his Vauxhall Corsa was in collision with an HGV lorry on the A27 between Arundel railway station and Crossbush on Thursday August 25, at 7.10am.

This week girlfriend Molly Keeling, aged 19, who lives in Horsham, told the County Times: “I met Toby in 2008, and we have been together for just over two years.

“Toby always made me laugh and never failed to put a smile on my face. I’m really going to miss him and I want to thank everyone who has been there for me and sent their love.

“It would be impossible to get through this without all the support everyone has given.”

Following the collision last Thursday, Sussex Police issued an appeal for witnesses. Anyone with information regarding the incident can contact the force on 0845 60 70 999 quoting Operation Radstock.

For the full story and further tributes to the Southwater teenager pick up your copy of the County Times today.