Cumbrian motorcyclist killed on A6 was a 'doting dad'

Andrew Charters Mr Charter's family said they were "devastated"

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The family of a man who was killed when his motorcycle crashed beside the A6 in Cumbria, have described him as a "doting dad".

Andrew Charters, 30, from Wigton, died after his Suzuki GSXR came off the road and collided with a wall in Calthwaite, Penrith, at about 17:20 GMT on Monday.

The father of five was pronounced dead at the scene.

Mr Charter's family said they were "devastated" and he would be "sorely missed".

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