The family of a 13-month-old baby boy from Rugby who died in a road traffic collision have paid tribute to him.
Freddie Fox lost his fight for life after the vehicle he was travelling in left the carriageway nearside on the M6 between junctions one and two on Sunday December 7. He died in Birmingham Children’s Hospital at around 4.30am on Wednesday.
Freddie’s parents, Andrew Fox and Charlotte Jolliffe, said in a tribute: “Our beautiful baby boy, Freddie, was and always will be our world. He was never without a smile upon his face and never failed to put one on ours or anyone’s whoever met him.
“He is cherished by so many and will be missed greatly. He was the cheekiest, smartest, cutest, most loveable 13-month-old you could ever imagine and he had so much left to give.
“Have fun playing with the angels baby, mummy and daddy love and miss you so so much. Sweet dreams and rest in peace.”
PC David Findon, the investigating officer, said: “This is an extremely tragic incident and our thoughts are with the family. We ask that their privacy is respected at this very difficult time. We continue to appeal for witnesses and wish to establish the circumstances of the collision.”
Police are eager to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or the circumstances leading up to it. To give information, call PC 1895 Findon on 01926 415415 quoting incident 97 of Sunday December 7.