Tributes to Nicky ‘Tiddy’ Tidswell after Mayo Avenue crash

Other floral tributes were left in memory of a “special” 35-year-old man who died in an early morning accident.

Nicky Tidswell, known by the nickname “Tiddy”, died in the collision on mayo avenue shortly after 3:30 a.m. on Saturday.

A flower line can be seen on the edge of the grass where his Kia Sorento SUV lost control and collided with street furniture.

Mr. Tidswell, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, died at the scene.

Tributes have been pouring in since the announcement of his death.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: floral tributes left on Mayo Avenue, BradfordFloral tributes left on Mayo Avenue, Bradford (Picture: NewsQuest)

Messages can be seen among the flowers, some of which read ‘RIP bro’ and ‘hope you have found peace’.

A note read: “Tiddy. Gone way too soon my boy, someone so special can never be forgotten. I hope you have the best seat up there. I love you forever.

“Gone too soon,” reads another tribute.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: floral tributes left on Mayo Avenue, BradfordFloral tributes left on Mayo Avenue, Bradford (Picture: NewsQuest)

Another said: “Sending all my love to all your family.”

Tributes have also been left online.

“Rest in peace Nicky special someone fly love high,” one post read, while another said “you are my brother.”

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: floral tributes left on Mayo Avenue, BradfordFloral tributes left on Mayo Avenue, Bradford (Picture: NewsQuest)

A number of comments on social media read “RIP Tiddy”, while others said “Thoughts and prayers are with his family”, “You were too young to die this way” and “Massive tragedy and so sad.”

Police are still appealing for witnesses for the collision.

West yorkshire Police said: “At 3.38 a.m. the police were called to the incident on Mayo Avenuenear the junction with Manchester Road, where a silver Kia Sorento SUV had lost control and collided with street furniture before overturning into the opposite carriageway.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

“The driver, a 35-year-old male who was the sole occupant of the vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene.

“The car was driving up Manchester Road away from the city center at the time of the collision and had failed to negotiate a left turn onto Mayo Avenue.

“The incident is being investigated by the West Yorkshire Police Major Collision Investigation Team.”

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