The family of a 'gentle' and 'loving' Liverpool FC fan who died after being involved in a crash with two cars have paid tribute to him.
Alan Pimblott was the pedestrian involved in a crash on Friday, October 1 with a mint green Fiat 500 and a red Volkswagen Polo on Chester Road in Macclesfield at around 7.10pm.
The 58-year-old was sadly pronounced dead at the scene and his family are being supported by specialist officers.
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Alan's family paid a touching tribute to the Macclesfield man and said how he was affectionately known as 'Pimmy'.
They said: “Born and lived in Macclesfield to a large and loving family.
"Tragically passed away on October 1.
"Fondly and lovingly known as ‘Pimmy’.
“Alan joins his dad, Albert, his beloved mum, Gladys, brother, David and sister, Susan, leaving behind his partner, Jill, step daughter, Charlotte, all his brothers and sisters, their partners and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
“’Pimmy’ or ‘our Alan’ loved his pool nights and was an avid Liverpool supporter but what proceeds him is his gentle, loving fun nature and he will be sadly missed by all.
“Funeral will take place on October 29 at Macclesfield Crematorium at 12.15 pm.”
Both drivers stopped at the scene and did not sustain any injuries.
Officers want to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the collision or may have captured relevant dashcam footage.
Information and footage can be provided by calling 101 quoting IML 1097984 or here.
Alternatively, anyone with information can report it to Crimestoppers anonymously via 0800 555 111 or here.
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