THE heartbroken family of a "wonderful" young man who died in a horror crash on a major motorway have paid moving tribute to him.
Cameron Robst, 23, was killed after a road traffic collision last week between the Potters Bar and Bignells Corner junctions on the M25.
Cameron, who was driving a red Ford Focus, died at the scene despite the best efforts of paramedics.
The 23-year-old from Cardiff, Wales, was involved in the collision at around 11pm on September 16.
His family, who are being supported by officers, have since paid tribute and said: “Our whole family is absolutely devastated at the loss of Cameron.
“He was a wonderful, caring and fun 23-year-old who enjoyed life to the full, with a smile and personality that could light up a room.
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“The amount of friends that have come to pay their respects, especially to his mum Natalie, is testament to the person that he was. Our family will never be the same without him.”
Cops said they would be continuing to investigate the circumstances of the collision.
Anyone with dashcam footage was also urged to contact police.
PC Kirk Caldicutt, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, added: “Our thoughts remain with Cameron’s family at this very difficult and sad time.
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“We are continuing to investigate the circumstances of the collision and are appealing for anyone who was in the area at the time and may have witnessed the collision or the events leading up to it to please come forward.
“Additionally, if you have a dash cam fitted, please review your footage as you may have captured vital evidence that could help us progress our enquiries.”
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