Original article from Kent Live
The parents of a talented schoolboy have been left "devastated" by the loss of their son after an e-scooter collision in Bromley.
Junior Shay Alexander, who was just 16 years old, died shortly after being rushed to hospital following a crash at the weekend.
His mother, Donna, said that Junior's family have been struggling in the aftermath of his death, just a brief period after he had completed his GCSEs.
Donna described Junior as a "humble and intelligent" boy, and that, "he was expecting all A grades."
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"He had four colleges or sixth forms that accepted him. He had the ability to go to Oxford or Cambridge from what his teachers said.
""He was a polite boy, never been in trouble, very well liked by the community."
According to his parents, Junior, who was the youngest of three siblings, wanted to be a lawyer and specialise in criminal law.
Donna said tributes to Junior have continued to pour in since the fatal collision on July 18 in Bromley.
"We go to the spot he passed, you see the flowers and the people congregating there, it's been into the hundreds," Donna said.
She added: "They're there all hours of the night and day.
"I drove past there the other day at 6.00am in the morning, there were kids there, candles there – it was touching."
The family has launched a GoFundMe campaign with the hashtag #Juniorsworld to raise money for the 16-year-old's funeral costs.
The family said they've been "overwhelmed" by the donations since launching the campaign.
Police were called to Southborough Lane at about 1.20am on Sunday, 18 July following reports of a collision between a car and e-scooter.
The driver of the car involved in the collision, a red Fiat Punto, did not stop at the scene.
The 20-year-old driver of the car, was later arrested on suspicion of failing to stop a the scene of a collision, causing death by dangerous driving and providing a positive alcohol breath test.
He was taken into custody and later released on bail pending further enquiries and is next due on a date in early August.
Donna said: "We just want justice for junior. We're sure the police will do what they need to do to get the justice deserved."