The family of Peter Lee have paid tribute to him as a “lovely dad and partner”. Peter ,60, was tragically involved in a three car collision on the M60 motorway on Tuesday December 4.
Emergency services arrived but sadly Peter died at the scene.
Paying tribute to him, his partner, Lorraine said: “Peter was a lovely Dad and partner. He was my best friend and a super loving Dad to Bethany and Jasmine.
“Peter was so kind and he would do anything for anybody. He was a family man first and we are going to miss him so much.
“Life just isn’t going to be the same ever again.”
The incident happened at 10.25pm at junction 16, near Clifton/Pendlebury in Salford.
Mr Lee was a football club photographer for Radcliffe Borough.
The club paid tributes to him on their Twitter account followed by a flood of many touching tributes.
We are absolutely devastated to inform you that our brilliant Club Photographer Peter Lee has sadly passed away following a car accident last night. He was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed by us all. Our thoughts are with his family at this terrible time.
— Radcliffe FC (@radcliffeboro) December 5, 2018
Sincere condolences from all @FCUnitedMcr to all those affected by this tragedy, many of us have warm memories of a true Gentleman and he will be greatly missed. Sending best wishes to Beth and hoping for a speedy recovery.
— FC United of Manchester (@FCUnitedMcr) December 5, 2018
The thoughts and prayers of all of our players and members goes out to the Club and Peters family at such a difficult time.
Radcliffe. Together. Rest In Peace Peter 💙 — Radcliffe CC (@RadcliffeCC) December 5, 2018
The incident involved a white Ford Transit, a silver Toyota Avensis people carrier and a black BMW 1 series.