Killed Dover biker's 'contagious smile'

Cameron Bracey Image copyright Kent Police
Image caption Cameron Bracey "was known for his contagious smile" a friend said

A motorcyclist who was killed when he crashed with a car has been named as Cameron Bracey.

Mr Bracey, 21, was riding a Yamaha motorbike along Upper Road, Dover, on Saturday afternoon when he collided with a Vauxhall Agila.

He had been riding towards St Margaret's at Cliffe at about 15:25 BST, police said.

A friend said: "He was known for his contagious smile, his politeness and kind and caring ways."

Mr Bracey, known as Cam, from Dover, was pronounced dead at the scene.

"He always made time to talk to everybody and was genuinely loved by everyone that had the honour to have him as part of their life," his friend said.

"Cam lived life to the full and loved to socialise and attended many music events most weekends. The town has lost such a lovely young man."

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