A TEENAGER from Marlow who tragically died in an accident overseas at the end of last week has been named locally.
Tributes have been pouring in on social media for 18-year-old James Fifield, since Friday.
According to messages online, James had just finished his A-Level studies at the Wye Valley School in Bourne End.
Tributes have also been left outside the school entrance and the school have also flown their flag at half mast in his memory.
The teenager is believed to have been a Flackwell Heath Allied Counties footballer.
The circumstances surrounding his death have not yet been confirmed.
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My thoughts are with James Fifield family.. An awful accident that's taken the life of a lovely young lad. Rest in peace buddy 🙏 @FHFC1907— Jamie West (@JamieWest9) July 5, 2014
Rip James, you were a great man and you will never be forgotten 💞 love to all close friends and family, sleep tight James Fifield xxxxxx— kt (@katie_adamsx) July 7, 2014
So glad I got the pleasure of meeting the nicest boy ever. Rest in peace James Fifield❤— kiara (@kiarashaw_) July 7, 2014
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