Tributes For Dentist Sadly Killed In Motorbike Accident
Tributes are pouring in for a dentist who was killed in a motorbike crash. Dr Rajesh Parkash was killed after his motorbike crashed into an emergency ambulance on the A3.
Dr Rajesh Parkash was travelling down the A3 at Claygate when he collided with a London emergency ambulance, which was attending an incident. The ambulance was called to the area after a man leapt from a road bridge and was parked half on the road and half on the central reservation at the time of the collision.
He sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene after his bike crashed into the ambulance. An investigation into the incident is underway.
The dentist was a very popular and well-respected figure. In a statement his family described him as a “doting father, a loving son and brother and a kind-hearted friend” and said that he was “an exceptional person.”
He was a highly dedicated professional and a leader in his field; he mentored young people and tutored dentists and he had a very gentle and caring manner, which made him very popular with colleagues and patients.
Dr Parkash’s family said that he “will be missed so much”, but his “exceptional qualities will inspire his two beautiful children.” The family thanked everyone for their support and the emergency services for their assistance.
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