A Ware business is warning more people could experience the horror of losing someone special if donations to the Herts Air Ambulance don't keep coming...
17 year-old Matty Bowden and 18 year-old Adam Waller died on Ermine Street in High Cross.
They were on their way to Oakley Coachbuilders where they worked, back in March.
David Blankley was friends with them both and worked with them: "It has been hard to get over the tragic loss of two young lads that were very keen. They enjoyed their job and were hard-working.
I remember them getting their first pay-packet and Matty saying I can get my hair cut now; I don't have to find people to borrow money from."
David Blankley says his work place is struggling to move on: "Adam has passed away at the same and Matty was air-lifted to hospital, before later passing away.
There was a horrible feeling in the workshop - it felt like you had lost part of your family."
David's work place has already raised £1,000 for the Herts Air Ambulance.
AUDIO: Hear more from David Blankley chatting to JACK fm's Bryan Rutherford on the audio player below...
They are next hosting a football fundraiser at the Bury Football Club in Buntingford on August 19th, with emergency services versus Oakley staff.
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