Tributes Paid to Ahsan Jalil


21-Year-Old Died in an Accident

Tributes are being paid to a 21-year-old man who was killed in a car accident in the Digbeth area of Birmingham


Ahsan Jalil died after his car ploughed in to a factory wall in Rea Street; suffering multiple serious injuries; at approximately 10:25pm. He was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital; however he later died because of the extent of his injuries.


A spokesman for the West Midlands Ambulance Service said, “The trauma doctor travelled on board the ambulance, continuing to provide emergency medical treatment whilst on route to hospital where medics were on standby awaiting their arrival. Unfortunately despite best efforts of ambulance personnel and hospital medics, nothing could be done to save the man and he was confirmed deceased.”


Tributes by friends, family and people that knew him poured in. In a Facebook page dedicated to Ahsan, which has attracted over 15,000 likes, Marina Stevens wrote, “God bless you and your family, your loss is such tragedy for us all. Rest in Peace you sweet and lovely young man, it was an honour knowing you.” While Husnain Shah wrote, “Although I may not have been the tightest with Ahsan, We’ve had our fair share of laughs and talks…May Allah most high grant him a lofty place in Jannah and give his family sabr, Ameen.” Shahbaz Ahmed wrote, “Another one of our young ones gone far too soon.”


A JustGiving page was also set up in Ahsan’s memory which will be raising money for the charity, SKT Welfare. Donations to the page have reached over £3,500.


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