More than £8,000 raised for family of young father killed in Kentish Town motorbike crash

More than £8,000 has been raised for the family of a young father who died in a motorbike accident in north London.

Restaurant manager Adrian Cheung , 25, was killed in Kentish Town after colliding with a metal stand as he rode to work last Friday.

A Gofundme page has since been launched to help support the fiancée and daughter of Mr Cheung, who worked at popular Japanese restaurant Kami.

Friends and will-wishers have flocked to the page, set up by his brother Calvin, to pay tribute to a “lovely, happy” man. The money, which stood at £8,835 on Friday, will also be used for funeral costs.

Adrian Cheung was described as 'the best dad'

In a Facebook post, his fiancée Adelina Hodosan, 20, wrote: “You were the love of my life and will always be. You gave me the most beautiful gift, our son Oliver, and I have to be strong for him. I love you more than anything.

“And life isn’t fair at all, takes you away when you’re the happiest person. Rest in peace my love.”

Mr Cheung was born in Hong Kong and moved to London in 2002 with his parents and two brothers, attending Highams Park School in north-east London.

His older brother Steven told the Standard: “He was the best dad. He worked 70 to 80 hours a week to support his family.”

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