Who Was Sam Harding? Check His Cause of Death 20-year-Old Footballer Dies

    According to police, Sam Harding, former England schoolboy footballer, died at 20. The footballer died after being struck by a black Audi S3 at Kingsland Grange in Warrington on Sunday night. Harding, who was a central midfielder from Stockport, was rushed to hospital. Despite being taken to a nearby hospital, he was pronounced dead. Cheshire police have reportedly confirmed the arrest of a 21-year-old man on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. The news has spread on the internet and has taken everyone by surprise. Here is what we happen to know about it.

    Sam Harding died in an accident that happened on Sunday, April 10, 2022. It occurred when he was hit by an Audi at a ‘car meet’ in an industrial estate. In the death case, the officials soon started their investigation only to arrest a 21-year-old man from Morley in Leeds. He was detained by the authorities on suspicion of causing death to the young athlete. Paying tribute to the 20-year-old footballer, Harding’s family said that their beautiful son was tragically taken away from them.

    The family added that Sam was a beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, and friend to many. Runcorn Linnets FC also took to Twitter to mourn the death of the footballer. Sharing a photo of Sam, the club wrote that they are deeply saddened to hear the tragic news that Harding, unfortunately, lost his life in a car accident yesterday. It was further added that Sam made a handful of appearances for the club at the start of the season. Linnets FC offered condolences to Sam’s family and friends.

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    Glossop North End also remembered the talented footballer in a Twitter post. Apart from the clubs, several people who admired Sam as a player and as a person are coming forward and are paying him heartfelt tributes. As the investigation is ongoing, Cheshire police have stated that they are still in the early stages of the investigation and have appealed for witnesses and video footage from the ‘car meet’.

    Discussing the incident, Sergeant Simon Degg from the Serious and Complex Collision Investigation Unit stated that they know that there were a large number of people present and as part of their investigation, they are keen to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision. They also urged the public have any information about the accident to come forward and cooperate with the public. Follow our site for more updates.

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