The devastated family of a father who died in a crash near Eynsford said the ‘void can never be filled’

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The family of a father who died in a crash on the A225 near Eynsford said he “lit up the lives of all who met him”.

John McMahon was driving a gold Citroen Saxo which was involved in a four-car collision on Shoreham Road at 7.07am last Thursday between Eynsford and Otford. (November 16)

The 52-year-old from the Erith area died at the scene.

His family said this afternoon: “It is with deep sadness that John has tragically passed away and left a much-loved and devastated wife, son and family behind.”

“He was a happy, hard-working, fun-loving family man who lit up the lives of all who met him.

“John has left a huge void in everyone’s hearts, which can never be filled. He will be sorely missed by all.”

Kent Police is still appealing for witnesses to the crash which also involved a silver Honda, a grey Toyota Hi-Lux and a blue Vauxhall Corsa

A man in his 30s who is also from the London area is still in a London hospital with serious injuries.

Officers from the serious collision investigation unit want to speak to any new witnesses who may have seen the vehicles immediately before or during the collision.

Witnesses or anybody with dashcam footage can call the appeal line on 01622 798538 quoting MM/SM/256/17.

Alternatively email sciu.td@kent.pnn.police.uk.

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