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Family of 14-year-old boy who died on the railway in Egham, pay tribute to "loving" son and brother - Surrey

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The family of 14-year-old Oskar Nash, who died on the railway near Egham on Friday morning (10th January) have today paid tribute to him.
Officers from British Transport Police were called to railway shortly after 10am, Oskar was very sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

Oskar's family said: “We don't have words to describe how devastated we are about the loss of our son and brother. 

“Oskar was so loving, helpful, caring, and courageous. We will never stop loving him and we will forever miss his beautiful smile."

The family have issued this photo of Oskar, who is pictured with the family dog Luna.  They would like to request further privacy while they come to terms with their loss.
Officers continue to examine the the circumstances surrounding Oskar's death, however it is not being treated as suspicious. 

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