A “DEVASTATED” dad has paid tribute to his “beloved” son who died after a crash with a lorry on the A40 in Oxfordshire.
Isaak Chaab-Styles, 20, died at the scene of the accident on Tuesday.
Isaak’s dad (second from the right) paid tribute to his “beloved son” (second from the left)Credit: Thames Valley Police
Isaak (centre) died after a crash with a lorry on the A40 in OxfordshireCredit: Thames Valley Police
Isaak was driving his red Ford Fiesta when he collided with a white Mercedes Benz lorry near Burford at 9.50am.
The driver of the lorry was not injured and no arrests have been made.
His heartbroken dad Mustapha Chaab today paid tribute to his “beloved son”.
He said: “You’ll be dearly missed Isaak. I love you and I loved you so much, and will always love you.
“Everywhere you went, you left your mark and touched people you met.
“It’s a big consolation to me to read comments about you from your friends and how you make way for them.
Everywhere you went, you left your mark and touched people you met
“Everyone back home is missing you so much, your nan, aunties, uncles, they’re all so devastated by this sad news, not to forget Djamel and family in France, Nacer and family in Italy, and my friends who met you.
“You never complained about anything, and you never wanted to be a burden on anyone.
“You loved coming to see me and enjoyed Hayet’s food – you were well looked after by her. She loved you so much and treated you as her son as well.
“I hope I did everything in my power to give you the best education and upbringing and I hope I didn’t let you down.
“Rest in peace Isaak. Love Daddy xxx.”
Yesterday, Isaak’s mum Vashti Styles said her son was “never angry and always such an inspiration’ who was “loved by all of your friends and family”.
Friends also paid tribute to his “infectious energy”.
Jacob Hawley told the BBC: “Isaak really was one in a million.
“Everyone who was fortunate enough to meet him understands just how infectious his positive energy was.
“He was the most selfless person that I have been lucky enough to meet.”
Friends of Isaak (centre) paid tribute to his ‘infectious energy’Credit: Thames Valley Police