Outpouring of grief after tragic death of Grassmoor's Martin Wilde
Tributes are pouring in following the death of Grassmoor's Martin Wilde.
The much-loved and popular dad sadly died after being hit by a train at Dronfield railway station on Tuesday night.
Mr Wilde - who was also known as Mosher - suffered from mental health problems.
Scores of tributes have been paid to Mr Wilde on the Derbyshire Times' Facebook page. Here are some of them...
Adrian Jones: "RIP Martin, top bloke. He didn't have a bad bone in his body."
Sarah Wilky: "He was a lovely man and very polite. I saw him in Grassmoor a lot. So sad."
Dave Longden: "A terrible shame. I knew him when he worked at Dema. He was a smashing lad. RIP mate."
Malc Hancock: "Can't believe I'm reading this. Such a pleasant person. RIP pal."
Rob Wakeling: "Praying for the family."
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