Teenager Jack Howe from Kent dies in horror quad bike crash

Teenager, 19, dies in horror quad bike crash while on first 'lads holiday' in Greek island of Zante. Jack Howe, from Kent, lost control of his bike on holiday with his friends

Teenager Jack Howe from Kent dies in horror quad bike crash
Teenager, 19, dies in horror quad bike crash while on first 'lads holiday' in Greek island of Zante

His sisters have paid touching tributes to their 'cheeky' brother on Facebook
The family has set up a JustGiving page in his name which has raised £10,000
They hope to raise money to help repatriate relatives for bereaved families

A teenager has died in a quad bike crash during his first ever 'lads' holiday' in Zante.

Jack Howe, 19, from Kings Hill in Kent, was with a group of friends when they hired the bikes before he lost control.

The teenager had been on the Greek island for five days when the crash happened.

His sister Hannah paid tribute to her 'cheeky loving happy kind bestest friend and little brother' in a touching Facebook post.

She said: 'You have no idea how much we loved you and what an amazing brother you were, the best in the world actually.

'You brought our family so much joy and happiness and it's such a shame you will never know how much you meant to us all.'

His twin sister Lucy said: 'No one will ever have the connection we had, I was lucky enough to know you that 9 months longer than everyone else.

'We will always be the five of us, you will never be forgotten, forever and always my angel.

'So many people loved you, I just wish you knew how many people's hearts you've touched.

'I can't wait to see your face again one day. Come home one more time please. You'll never be replaced geez. I hope I make you proud.'

Following his death on June 21, Jack's family are now raising money to help bereaved families repatriate their lost loved ones, a service which can cost thousands of pounds.

Their £10,000 target has already been reached and now they are hoping to raise £50,000.  

Hannah said: 'The end goal of this is to become a registered charity and make a difference to less fortunate families who can't bring their loved ones home and raise awareness of how dangerous quad bikes can be'.