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Video: Crash victim's distraught parents make emotional plea
THE distraught parents of a suspected hit and run victim have made an emotional internet video appeal for the driver to come forward.
Marc Williams, 22, died following a road traffic collision in Cox Green, Berkshire on December 1.
The Marlow Rugby Club member, from Bourne End, died from his injuries enroute to Wexham Park Hospital.
In the You Tube appeal Mark Williams and Joanne Parker have pleaded for information to help the police investigation.
Mrs Parker said the tragedy had "ripped my heart out", while Mr Williams said he struggles to sleep through not knowing what had caused his death.
He said: "We need to know what happened."
Describing his son, who went to Hatters Lane School in High Wycombe, he said: "He had no embarrassment in showing his love or telling you he loved you.
"I will miss him coming through the door because the first thing he did was hugged and kissed you and said he loved you, without fail."
Family and friends at the rugby club in Gossmore Lane paid tribute in last week's Free Press to the "gentle giant".
A memorial was held at All Saints Church in Marlow on January 26.
Police want to speak to the drivers or passengers in a silver Vauxhall Astra, possibly a mark 5, and a black Mercedes E or C class five-door saloon, believed to be a taxi.
They were seen to turn into Shoppenhangers Road from King Street around 2.20am. It is believed they may have vital information which could assist the inquiry.
Call Sgt Beth Walton on 101 or if you do not want to speak directly to the police ring Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.