THE family of a 42-year-old man who was killed in a horror crash on the A4421 near Bicester has released a touching tribute.

Tycoon Murungweni died on November 14 when the black Vauhxall he was travelling in collided with a bus that was travelling in the opposite direction near Newton Purcell.

The victim was desribed as a 'loving and loved husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend'.

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In a tribute published by Thames Valley Police the family said: "Tycoon touched so many lives, anyone who knew Tycoon knew that he was very loving, supportive, motivating and fun loving.

"He was very hard working and loved spending time with his family and friends.

"He also spent his time in the gym exercising, watching football (his team was Liverpool) and playing with his children Tyra, ten, and Thandeka, three.

"We will cherish the wonderful moments we created with him.

"Though we are pained at the sudden loss, we are grateful to God for the time we were able to spend with him."