Boy hit by lorry on crossing named as Leo Gregory from Exeter

Leo Gregory Leo Gregory, aged 12, from Exeter, died at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital

A 12-year-old boy who died after he was hit by a skip lorry on a zebra crossing has been named by police.

Leo Gregory, from Exeter, Devon was treated at the scene on Topsham Road by a member of the public and paramedics.

He was taken to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital where he died.

Officers wish to speak to a cyclist wearing a dark top and white trousers seen on CCTV near the scene.

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