THE family of a motorcyclist who died following a crash in Wirral have paid tribute to a "beautiful soul".

36-year-old Jason Threlfall, was tragically killed in a crash at the junction of Stadium Road and Commercial Road, Bromborough, on Wednesday, January 10 after it was reported that his motorbike had been in collision with a Kia Sportage car.

The driver of the Kia Sportage car stopped at the scene.

In an emotional tribute, his family said: "A son, a brother, a father, a partner, an uncle, a godfather, and a friend to so many.

"A beautiful soul who kept himself to himself yet was loved by all who knew him.

Chester and District Standard: Floral tributes left for JasonFloral tributes left for Jason (Image: Craig Manning)

"He would light up a room with his stunning smile and infectious laugh, always the joker.

"Jason was generous to a fault and helped so many who were stuck, a lot of the time just as a favour.

"His passing will definitely leave a huge void in so many lives, but at some point during our day we always remember his quips when we see or hear something which will bring a smile to our faces, and a giggle to our hearts.

"The family have been overwhelmed by the generosity, support, donations and out pouring of love.

"Jason will be sadly missed, but forever in our hearts until we meet him again."

Chester and District Standard: Many left kinds words to JasonMany left kinds words to Jason (Image: Craig Manning)

A 52-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and has been released under investigation.

Continuing to appeal for information 

Merseyside Police is continuing to appeal for any information to assist the ongoing investigation.

Detective Sergeant Simon Duffy from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit said: “Our thoughts remain very much with Jason’s family, and they are being supported by a specially trained Family Liaison Officer.

“Our investigation continues and I would like to thank those who stopped to help Jason after the collision.

“We continue to appeal for motorists to check your dashcam footage and those who witnessed the collision to come forward, as this could prove vital in establishing the full circumstances of this incident.”

Please contact officers directly on (0151) 777 5747, email, or DM @MerPolCC on Twitter quoting reference 24000047886.