TRIBUTES have been paid to a West Midlands ambulance technician who was killed when his vehicle was hit by an object.

Jeremy Daw who worked for West Midlands Ambulance Service during the pandemic died when the vehicle he was travelling in was hit while responding to a 999 call in Herefordshire on Saturday, April 24.

After his tragic death, ambulance services up and down the country have paid their tributes to the ambulance technician.

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South Central Ambulance Service said the news was 'devastating. 

A tweet from their social media page said: "Devastating news from @OFFICIALWMAS this afternoon. Our sincere condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the deceased." 

West Midlands Ambulance Service said on Twitter they do not believe the incident was malicious.

A tweet said: "This incident is being treated as an accident and there is not believed to be malicious intent. "