The family of a man who died following a crash on the A52 at Boston have described him as “kind” and someone who “would do anything for anyone.” Danny Bell, 54, a bus driver from Ingoldmells, Skegness, died at the scene after the double-decker bus he was driving collided with a crop sprayer on the A52 at Butterwick Road on Tuesday, September 5.
Police were called to the scene at 4.39pm on Tuesday, September 5 following reports of a collision. The family said: “As a close family we are truly devastated by what has happened.
“No words can describe the pain we’re suffering right now. Danny was a kind, caring and funny man who would do anything for anyone. Danny lived for his family, friends and two dogs, Maggie-May and Looby-Loo.
They added: “Danny was a great dad and great-grandad. Forevermore, Danny will live on through our love and memories. Our lives will never be the same.
“As a family, we would like to thank everybody who has sent messages of condolences to pay their respects and show their support at this incredibly sad time. Our heartfelt appreciation is extended to Lincolnshire Police, our family liaison officer and the investigation team who are continuing to support us and investigate what happened.
“In addition, our heartfelt appreciation is extended to the police officers, paramedics and other emergency services who attended the collision along with everybody who stopped to help – thank you.”
The driver of the crop sprayer was taken to hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries.