The family of a boy who died following a collision in Ashton-in-Makerfield have paid tribute to him.
In a statement, the family of Jack Marcus Worwood, 13, said: “You only had to meet Jack once, and you knew Jack.
“He was a rascal, but a sweet little rascal – cheeky, loving and soft hearted. You could never be mad at him for long, as he’d soon have you laughing and kissing him again.
“He loved football, playing on his PlayStation and doing maths at school. He aspired to be an accountant and we knew he’d have done it, he was so bright.
“He will be greatly missed by all his family and friends. He was such a character; so adorable.
“Love you so much Jack – from dad, step-mum Tracy, step-sister Caitlyn-Marie, mum, step-dad Lee and big brother Connor.
“We are absolutely astonished by the amount of condolences we have had so far – truly blown away, and want to pass on our gratitude to you all.
“We would also kindly like to request some privacy at this very difficult time.”
Twenty one year old Liam Wilson of Livingstone Street, Ashton-in-Makerfield has been charged with death by dangerous driving