Balloons released to mark Conor Hall moped death
The family of a 16-year-old boy who died in a moped accident in Bristol a year ago have released balloons to mark the anniversary.
Conor Hall died from serious head injuries after falling off his moped in the Fishponds area of the city.
It was later found he had not clipped up his helmet because it was thought to be "uncool".
His family have since launched a 'Clip up for Conor' campaign to raise awareness.
A year after his death, friends and family gathered in the Downend area of Bristol to release balloons in his memory.
Conor's father, Tony, said: "As a parent I can't even begin to describe to you what it feels like to lose a son, a child.
"Every parent's worst nightmare came true for us last year but as a family we've dealt with it the best way we can.
"But we're very grateful for all the people who attended today and made the effort to come and remember Conor and what a smashing little chap he was."