TRIBUTES have poured in for a 23-year-old man from Brent who was killed after being in collision with a refuse lorry.
YousefZayni, of Preston Road, died at Dudden Hill Lane on the Sapcote TradingEstate at the scene of the incident on December 13.
He was on his way to work on a nearby trading estate at around 9.30am.
Police and the London Ambulance Service were called out, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Traffic officers are continuing to appeal for witnesses to the collision.
Apost mortem examination held on Wednesday December 14, gave the causeof Yousef's death as a head injury. An inquest into his death wasopened and adjourned at Barnet Coroner's Court at the end of last week.
Tributes have been left for Yousef on a public tribute page set up in his memory on social networking site Facebook.
AJust Giving account has also been set up by Sara Shahad Al-Zobaidie,which has already raised more than s1,158 for the Iraqi OrphanFoundation.
A statement onthe site reads: "The family of Al-Mar7oom Yousef Zayni have described,as part of his loving and unique character, how he developed anintention to sponsor an orphan prior to his demise from this world.
"Thisis one of the greatest acts of kindness that can be given, and we wishto fulfil his intention by taking contributions of any amount, in hisname."
Friends and family members have also taken to Twitter to express their shock and sorrow at Yousef's death.
Thelorry driver stopped at the scene and was arrested on suspicion ofcausing death by careless driving. He was taken to a north Londonpolice station and bailed to return on a date in April 2012 pendingfurther enquiries.
The collision is being investigated by officers from the Road Death Investigation Unit at Alperton Traffic Garage.
DetectiveSergeant Chris Osborne, the senior investigating officer in the case,said: "We are continuing to appeal for witnesses. This collisionhappened at a busy time and although this is a private trading estatewe know a lot of people use it as a cut through to Willesden High Road.If anyone saw what happened or can tell us anything about the incidentplease call us".
Any witnesses are asked to call officers on 020 8998 5319.
Anyone wanting to donate to the Iraqi Orphan Foundation can visit www.justgiving.com/Yousef-Zayni
- To pay tribute to Yousef call 07795 666587, or email email@example.com