Tribute to motorcyclist killed in crash David Koh

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David Koh
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David Koh worked for BT as an electrical engineer, his family said

The family of a motorcyclist killed in a head-on crash in Reading said he "lived life to the full".

David Koh, 26, from Wokingham, was riding a black Honda CB along Brimpton Road, towards Bath Road, when he was in collision with a black Nissan Qashqai.

He was taken to the Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital, where he later died from his injuries on Sunday.

In a statement, his parents, brother and sister said his death had left an "enormous void in our lives".

They added: "There are no words to express the deep sadness and sorrow that we, and everyone who knew David, will be feeling.

'Wonderful memories'

"His death has left an enormous void in our lives.

"David had lived in Wokingham for the past 21 years. He attended Forest School and worked for BT as an electrical engineer.

"He lived life to the full and was always wanting to have new experiences and learn something new.

"We were very proud of him and will always treasure our wonderful memories of him."

Anyone with information about the collision is asked to contact Thames Valley Police.

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