TRIBUTES have continued to pour in for a man killed in a crash on the M40.
Warren Carl Stone died after his Vauxhall Astra came off the motorway in the early hours of Monday when he was travelling back to Oxford from London.
Mr Stone, who celebrated his 29th birthday on Friday, was pronounced dead at the scene, between junctions six and seven.
His fiancee Amy Bothwell, 28, paid tribute to him in yesterday’s Oxford Mail, saying he will “always have her love”.
On social media, more comments have been left remembering Mr Stone, from Headington, Oxford.
Best friend and colleague Kingsley Ugwu wrote on Twitter: “Just read the tribute to @WarrenCarlStone. Makes me actually feel proud that I can call him one of my best friends.. What a man!”
Other friends also added to the tributes. NatashaFreeYourMind (@tashakbenjamin) wrote: “Such sad news about @WarrenCarlStone he was always very positive, upbeat and just a really nice guy #rip”
Deano (@DeanoOxford) said: “The news of today has hurt me bad feel sorry for the family and Amy for @WarrenCarlStone passing.”
Cass_fryer added: “@WarrenCarlStone you were a lovely boy and grew to be a gorgeous young man. Have so much love for you now and always. Rest well, my love”
An inquest into his death has yet to be opened.
Police are appealing for information about the crash and witnesses are asked to call Pc Adrian White at the Collision Investigation Unit on 101.