Oliver Maudsley’s family have paid tribute to the “brave” and “loving” son who died in a work accident

Oliver Maudsley’s family have paid tribute to the “brave” and “loving” son who died in a work accident

The family of 17-year-old Oliver Maudsley, who tragically died after a workplace accident in Bury, have paid tribute to the “brave” and “handsome” son and brother, whose death has shaken people in the community.

The investigation into Oliver’s death on Thursday (February 8) on an industrial estate remains ongoing, with two men arrested and released on bail pending further investigations by Greater Manchester Police and the Health and Safety Executive. Sad tributes to the kind and caring boy have poured in ever since.

Paying tribute to Oliver, his mother Samantha said: “My brown-eyed son, Ollie – you were the most brave, loving and caring boy we had ever met. You are my whole world. I can’t imagine you not walking through the door, giving me the biggest hug and kiss with your big lips and saying ‘I love you.’ My mother”.

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She continued: “Are you going to go check on your little brother who adores you and who will come to your room without stopping to play Fortnite or wrestle on the floor, while you are hugging your best self?” You have always been there for everyone. You were the best little brother to Kobe, and the best big brother to Hector and your other brothers.

“You were never shy about showing your emotions in public – you were big and strong but so soft and with an endearing personality. You protected everyone with your big, kind heart and your beautiful smile that lit up the room and everyone’s heart as well. You were always there for everyone.

“I will miss every piece of you. My heart is broken and I wish I could bring you home with me where you belong. I wish I could hear your singing and your laughter in your room again. I walked into the wet bathroom and the piles of towels I had left on the floor. I phoned at 5 p.m. ‘Just calling my mother To say I’m on my way home, what time do you get off work?” I can never accept that you’ll never come home. I’d give anything to have you back, anything.

“Papa says he’s so proud of you, your racetrack days will never be the same, your million questions about fast cars and the amount of Instagram messages you sent him. He’ll never have them again and he’s truly broken. Papa will keep all your memories close to his heart – he “You were just like him, carefree, silly, and dangling with your long limbs. We will all make you so proud, as you have made us. You had so much to offer life and should never have been taken away.”

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