Boy killed in car crash near Newmarket 'loved by all'

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Henry Blacklock
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Henry Blacklock's father suffered serious injuries in the crash

The family of a three-year-old boy who died in a car crash in Cambridgeshire have said he had "a big heart".

Henry Blacklock was in a Renault Clio which was in collision with a Jaguar X type on the B1063 on Saturday evening near Newmarket.

His mother, Clare Seager, and his family said: "Henry was a little boy with a big heart, who was, and is, loved by everyone who knew him."

A man, 30, from Newmarket was arrested and bailed over the crash.

The statement issued by Henry's family went on to say: "Henry was a boy that everyone who ever met him immediately took to.

"He even had the bin men laughing, especially when he would run out with his own bin lorry and say, 'Look, me got one of those'."

Henry's father, a 42-year-old man from Newmarket who has not been named, was the driver of the Clio.

He suffered serious injuries and is in Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, in a stable condition.

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