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Friends rally in honour of Mark.

The family and friends of tragic soccer and fitness fanatic Mark Dearlove have pulled out all the stops to raise pounds 500 for the Great North Air Ambulance.

Apprentice electrician Mark, of Frampton Green, Park End, Middlesbrough, died in the James Cook University Hospital on July 28 last year, seven days after a crash on Riverside Road in the town.

He suffered multiple injuries when the car in which he was a passenger collided with an articulated lorry.

Mark's mum Coleen, 47, said: "Mark was a football and fitness fanatic so every year in his memory friends and family organise a five-a-side football tournament at the Southlands Centre where he was a member of the gym.

"Mark was only 18 years old and his death has left a big void in many people's lives, so we are proud he will not be forgotten by his friends who worked so hard to raise this money."
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Aug 23, 2006
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