MORE than £2,000 has been raised to support the family of a father who was tragically killed in a car crash in Alvechurch.

On April 20, Fraser Swift-Jones was riding his motorcycle to his workplace at ORMT Motorcycle Training when he was killed in a collision on Lilley Green Road.

Police believe a deer ran onto the carriageway causing Fraser’s motorcycle and a black Jeep SUV car to swerve, colliding with one another.

Fraser, affectionately known as Fraze, lived in Wythall with his partner Roxy Wilson, and their three-month-old son Arthur and Roxy’s mother Nicky, father Les and brother George.

Lesley Hughes, Fraze’s mother, said he was looking for an engagement ring before his death and planned to propose to Roxy in the near future.

Paying tribute to Fraze, his family said: “He had a passion for motorbikes and shared this passion with his best friend Jake and his best friend and stepfather Pete.

“He was so loved and treasured throughout the biking community.”

A fundraising page has been set up by ORMT Motorcycles, where Fraze worked as a motorcycle instructor, to support his family.

The page states: “Fraser was such an amazing guy, he had a very funny personality and always managed to find a joke in everything and make people laugh.

“He and his partner recently had a baby, and we would like to try and help his family financially.

“We understand times are hard for everyone but if you can help in any way no matter how small this would be greatly appreciated, we would like to raise as much money as possible to help give him the send-off he truly deserves.”

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