Leeds & West Yorkshire

Friends and family pay tribute to man killed in Leeds

People at the vigil
Image caption Mr Hall's favourite beer was drunk by some people attending the vigil

About 50 relatives and friends of a Leeds man gathered near the spot where he was killed to raise a can of his favourite beer in memory of him.

Jason Hall, 36, was discovered with head injuries at the junction of Temple Newsam View and Temple Newsam Road on 31 August.

Some of Mr Hall's favourite music was played and tributes left at the vigil.

His sister-in-law Jodie Hall said: "It's really raw for the family but we are pulling together as best we can."

She added that his family and friends had decided to "have a beer" for Mr Hall.

A 36-year-old man has been charged with murder and a 37-year-old man is accused of assisting an offender.

They were remanded in custody after appearing at Leeds Magistrates' Court this week.

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