Kelvin Bainbridge Wiki
Kelvin Bainbridge was killed after crashing the Nissan Primera against the wall of a garden in Spennymoor, Durham, around 2.30 pm on Friday.
The police were chasing the Nissan Primera he was driving.
His family and friends are calling for justice following his death.
— Mirror Breaking News (@MirrorBreaking_) October 21, 2019
Kelvin Bainbridge Age
Kelvin Bainbridge was 19 years old.
Why are the family calling for justice, he was clearly speeding away for some reason if not any normal person would have pulled over. Tragic yes but shouldve stopped. First picture of teen Kelvin Bainbridge who died in crash after police pursuit https://t.co/GefMDY02R9
— Mighty Mackem (@onemightymackem) October 21, 2019
Kelvin Bainbridge Wife, Children
Kelvin Bainbridge was married and father of the one-year-old baby, but additional details are not yet available.
Teen, 19, who died after police chase crash pictured for the first time
THESE are the first pictures of a teenager who died after crashing into a wall during a police chase.
— isaiah olalekan (@isaiaholalekan1) October 21, 2019
The accident is being investigated by the Independent Office of Police Conduct.
David Ford, who is the interim regional director of IOPC, said Kelvin was fatally injured after the police persecution and that his thoughts and sympathies are with family and friends.
Anyone who has witnessed the accident should contact the IOPC at 0800 096 9076 or send an email to [email protected]
Family and friends have paid tribute to Kelvin Bainbridge, 19, who died in an accident following a police chase in Durham County, around 2:30 p.m. Friday.
Sister Kelsey Bainbridge wrote on Facebook: “I want everyone to know how grateful I and my family are for everything that is being done and put into practice for him.”
‘Rest in paradise brother. You will be engraved in my heart. I will miss you so much and I will never forget you. ‘The street is just around the corner from two schools, Whitworth Park Academy and The Oaks High School, with the atmosphere in the local area described as’ hostile and tense’. Residents are said to struggle to reach an agreement with Mr. Bainbridge’s death.
One woman wrote: ‘RIP Kelvin James Bainbridge. It was always you who smiled at me when the days were dark and you always illuminated the atmosphere of a room. You will be loved and missed by many people. ‘
Readers also posted tributes to the teenager on the ChronicleLive Facebook page.
Christine Glynn added: “This is so sad that he was only 19 years old … his poor family now has to try to come to terms with this (if they ever can).”
Raine, rich in Lisa, said: “Very sad for everyone involved,” while Karen Ann published: “The heart is with his family.”
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Kelvin Bainbridge, 19, was killed during a police chase in Spennymoor, Durham
- He crashed the Nissan Primera into the garden wall on Central Drive around 2.30 pm
- Friends have paid tribute to a boy who put ‘smile on my face when days were dark’
- If you have any information, please contact the IOPC at 0800 096 9076
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