DONATIONS have come flooding in to help support the funeral of the 19-year-old teenager who died at Wokingham train station last Friday.

James Fennell, who was described as an 'amazing lad', passed away on February 1 from electrocution.

An online donation page has been set up to raise money towards the cost of the funeral so the family can give him the send off he deserves.

Dan Harris, a family friend who set up the page, said: "As everyone knows, James was an amazing lad, heart of gold and always had a huge smile on his face.

"He brought so much happiness to everyone around him."

Nearly £5,000 has been raised from 300 people in just one day of the page being set up.

Messages of support have been posted on the donation page.

One said: "A cheeky and lovable young man, lots of fond memories of you all growing up together."

Another posted: "I remember babysitting many years ago and James sticking stickers all over my face that brings a smile to it now."

Floral tributes have been left outside Wokingham train station, including a message from James mother, a candle, Arsenal football t-shirt and beer.

British Transport Police (BTP) were called to Wokingham train station at around 11.20pm on Friday, February 1.

James was pronounced dead at the scene.

A BTP spokesman said: "Officers were called the Wokingham station at 11.20pm on 1 February following reports that a person had been injured on the tracks.

"Paramedics also attended, however a 19-year-old man was sadly pronounced dead at the scene after sustaining serious injuries consistent with electrocution.

"The incident is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner."

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