Four ‘loving’ fathers were killed in a tragic BMW fireball crash on the A5.
THE FAMILY MEMBERS OF four men killed in a catastrophic firestorm crash have paid tribute to their “beloved” fathers.
After crashing on the A5 in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, on Sunday, Zahir Baig, Sahir Iqbal, Jason McGovern, and Mohammed Uddin were all in a black BMW that exploded into flames.
The crash involved no other vehicles, and the men’s families have paid tribute to them.
Zahir ‘Zeus’ Baig, 39, from Luton, has been dubbed the “family’s head” as well as the “shadow and guardian.”
“We are utterly devastated to have lost our heart and soul of the family,” his family wrote.
“He was an amazing father, brother, son, and uncle who would go above and beyond for his family.”
“Zahir was genuinely one of a kind, a one-of-a-kind individual with a heart that was too huge for his body.
“We ask that you pray for our brother and his friends, who have tragically lost their life, and we hope that no other family has to go through what we are going through right now.”
“We appreciate all of your condolence letters; we have read them all, but as you may understand, responding to each one individually is tough.” We appreciate and thank each and every one of you.” Sahir Iqbal, also from Luton, was regarded as a beloved son, brother, father, and husband by his family.
“He was our family’s strength; we will never forget the innumerable occasions he would run to our rescue no matter where he was or what he was doing,” they stated.
“We have a huge brother.” The love between a father and his son is palpable. Everyone will remember his smile.
“He was one-of-a-kind, raw, and transparent, and there was no one else like him.” Many people have a gold heart, but he had a diamond heart.
“You are irreplaceable, and we will never forget you.” Rest in peace until we meet again.” A community brother with a lion’s heart who will be remembered for decades Jason McGovern, 46, of Leighton Buzzard, was described as a man with “many personalities” by his pals. “He was generous, amusing, and foolish at times,” his family added. He would go to great lengths to assist individuals he cared about.
“Jay had his flaws, but those who truly knew him and regarded him as a friend adored him.
“Jay will be sorely missed, especially by his two-month-old wife Sharon McGovern, his 14-year-long partner Marcella Clarke, and their grandchild.”
Mohammed Uddin, a 41-year-old Luton resident, described himself as “a dedicated man who always protected his family and friends.”
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