UPDATE: Police Name Victim Following Fatal Collision, Oxenhope
Monday, 13th September, 2021
Police investigating a road traffic collision in Oxenhope last week are in a position to name the man from Keighley who died in the incident.
Oliver Tindall, aged 37, and originally from the Wakefield area, died when his black and green Kawasaki motorcycle was in collision with a white VW Polo, close to the Wagon and Horses Inn on Hebden Bridge Road, at 7:55pm last Tuesday evening.
Also known as Oliver Lloyd, his family have paid tribute to him:
“Oly exhibited his care and compassion for people daily, through his NHS work in the community as an Assistant Practitioner at Airedale General Hospital, Keighley.
“He was a keen motorcyclist and spent weekends away working for BMW and Kawasaki.
“In his 37 years, Oly achieved more than most people do in a lifetime. He deeply touched the hearts of anyone who met him; was highly valued by all who knew him and he dedicated his life to improving the lives of others around him.”
Anyone who witnessed the collision or either vehicle prior to the collision, or who may have video footage or any further information is asked to contact the West Yorkshire Police Major Collision Enquiry Team via 101 quoting log number 1520 of 7th September 2021.
Wednesday, 8th September, 2021
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision in Oxenhope on Tuesday evening.
Emergency services were called at around 7.55pm yesterday (Tuesday, 7th September) to reports of a serious road traffic collision on the Hebden Bridge Road, Oxenhope.
A Black and Green Kawasaki motorcycle was in collision with a white Volkswagen Polo close to the Waggon and Horses public house.
The rider of the motorcycle, a 38 year-old male from the Keighley area sadly died at the scene.
Anyone who witnessed the collision or either vehicle prior to the collision and has any dashcam footage or any further information is asked to contact the Major Collision Enquiry Team via 101 quoting log number 1520 of 7th September 2021.