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'Help Jodie and her boys' - fundraiser for family of A331 crash victim

'Help Jodie and her boys' - fundraiser for family of A331 crash victim

Published by Lucinda Horsley at 12:26pm 24th April 2019. (Updated at 12:30pm 24th April 2019)

A fundraiser has been set up for the family of a father-of-two who died in a collision on the A331.

29-year-old Thomas High from Tongham was pronounced dead at the scene after crashing into trees near North Camp last Wednesday (April 17). 

Officers were called to the scene on the northbound carriageway, prior to the A3011 junction just after midnight. 

Thomas leaves behind two young boys, with his family saying they have been left "shocked and devastated" by the news. 

“We’d like to thank friends and family for their love and support at this the hardest of times”, a tribute read.

A fundraising page set up to support the mum and children has now raised nearly £3,000. 

Thomas High tribute
Thomas High, 29, leaves behind two young sons. 

'These boys need their mummy more than ever'

The Go Fund Me page reads:

"Jodie is self employed, she doesn't need to be working evening's and weekends,  she needs to be at home but she still needs to provide for those 2 boys. Let's all help her help her family to survive this as best they can. 

"Please note this is not for funeral, it's so Jodie can be home with the boys these next few weeks without the financial stress."

Help Jodie and her boys.

Officers are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision, or saw this vehicle on the road any time between 11pm and 11.30pm on Tuesday 16 April.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting Operation Data.


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