Tyson Fury sent a video message to the family of four boxing fans who died in crash on their way to watch him fight Deontay Wilder
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The Gypsy King sent a video message to the family of four men who died in a crash on their way to watch him fight Deontay Wilder

 

Tyson Fury has paid a special tribute to four members of the same family who were killed in horror crash as they travelled home to watch his heavyweight title fight.

 

 

The victims – Jonny Cash, 44, his son Johnboy Cash, 19, and two nephews Jacko Cosgrove, 18, and Smiler “Miles” Cash, 25 – died after the Toyota Hi Lux truck they were travelling in smashed into trees on a remote country lane.

 

 

They were driving back home to see the Gypsy King’s heavyweight title fight against Deontay Wilder when the tragic incident happened at around 1am on October 10.

 

 

Mr Cash’s 15-year-old son is continuing to be treated for serious head injuries in hospital.

 

 

Two-time world heavyweight champion Fury, who lives in Morecambe, sent a video message on Instagram to the men’s bereaved family.

 

 

He said: “I’d like to send my condolences and rest in peace to the Cash family and the Cosgrove family on their recent loss.

 

 

“God bless them. Make them a good bed in heaven. In the mighty name of Jesus. Amen.”

 

 

An inquest into the men’s deaths is set to open on October 26.

 

Kent Police’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit (SCIU) is investigating the circumstances and officers are appealing for any witnesses to get in contact…

 

Anyone who witnessed the incident or who has CCTV, mobile phone or dash camera footage should call SCIU on 01622 798538 quoting reference SM/LB/114/21.

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