Family release tribute to RAF serviceman killed in car crash

The Oxford Times: Jack Webster Jack Webster

THE family of a 22-year-old RAF serviceman killed on Sunday morning just hours after celebrating his 22nd birthday have described him as “perfection.”

The one word tribute was released with this picture last night. Mr Webster died when his silver Peugeot 207 crashed near the B4477 slip road from the westbound A40 near Witney.

He was a mechanical engineer serving at RAF Brize Norton, near the scene of the incident, but was not on duty at the time.

Officers were called to the scene shortly after 5am. Two other people were also taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Floral tributes were laid near the accident spot and messages of support for his family and friends appeared across social networking sites.

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12:21pm Thu 17 Jan 13

Headington_angel says...

Such a tragic accident, with the loss of someone so young and that had a great future ahead of him. My thoughts go out to his family and friends whom must be devastated beyond words. R.I.P fella.
Such a tragic accident, with the loss of someone so young and that had a great future ahead of him. My thoughts go out to his family and friends whom must be devastated beyond words. R.I.P fella. Headington_angel
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