Sister pays tribute to crash victim
save his life and he died of his injuries in the early hours of Tuesday.
His sister spoke to the Examiner at the family home in Orchard Street, Savile Town, Dewsbury, he shared with his wife who is six months pregnant, his elderly parents and two children – six-yearold daughter Ikra and his 18-months-old son Mohammad.
His sister, who didn’t want to be named, said dozens of mourners had attended the funeral service at a local mosque on Thursday. She described her “gorgeous” baby brother who she said was loved and adored by all who knew him. She was his only sister and they had two brothers.
She added: “He was a beloved father, husband, brother and son.
“He was loved by the community and had lived his entire life in Dewsbury and attended local schools. He had had several jobs including a spell working for Fox’s Biscuits.
“He was an extremely popular person who was well-liked, a pleasant and happy-go-lucky man who lived for his family.
“We are waiting for answers from the authorities and for the inquest to be opened.
“Our faith in God will help us get through. It was God’s will for his life to end in that way.
“All we can do is to ask for everyone to pray for him and our main concern is to help and support the family and his children. Our faith glues us together.”
Muhammad worked at Maxi’s Pizzas, in Denby Dale, and his sister said: “He had only had the job for two weeks and we understand he was delivering at the time of the accident. He was a gorgeous lad, the baby of the family and his good deeds and name will live on through his kids.”
A colleague at Maxi’s said: “He was a hard working, honest lad. He was a family person. We will really miss him.”
Anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either cars prior to the collision is asked to contact the police via 101 quoting log number *2337 of November 5.
An inquest has yet to be opened into his death.