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'His death caused in such violent conditions has caused boundless pain - we are all devastated'

The heartbroken family of an innocent motorcyclist who was thrown from his bike and killed after being hit by a drunk driver have paid tribute to him.

29-year-old Razvan Brumar was riding his blue Direct Bikes Scooter along the A534 in Crewe on the evening of March 31 when a car ploughed into him at speed. He was sent flying into the air and sustained unsurvivable injuries.

Callum Carew, who was 'showing off' to his friend in the passenger seat, was behind the wheel of the BMW M2 and had reached speeds of 140mph moments before the horrific crash.

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Emergency services raced to the scene of the collision, where Razvan was treated by paramedics before being rushed to hospital. He later passed away as a result of his injuries.

Carew then callously tried to blame Razvan when questioned by police, claiming his bike had no lights. He also told officers he had only had one pint before he failed a breath test and was arrested.

When tested in custody, Carew had a reading of 93 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath - more than two times the legal limit. During the investigation, officers extracted data from his vehicle which showed that the average speed on the journey that Carew took prior to the collision was 104.3mph.

Forensic reports also concluded that the BMW was travelling at between 66mph and 81mph when it collided with Razvan’s scooter. When questioned by detectives in custody, he refused to answer.

Issuing a heartbreaking statement, Razvan's family said: “Razvan’s death caused in such violent conditions have caused boundless pain in our hearts, we are all devastated.

"Razvan was a healthy young man, full of life and

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