A touching tribute has been left for the victim of a fatal four car crash near Dartford.

The family of 52-year-old John McMahon have left tribute to the man who “lit up the lives of all that lives of all that met him.”

Mr McMahon was driving a gold Citroën Saxo when he was involved in a four-car crash in Eynsford on Thursday, November 16.

Mr McMahon, from Erith, was pronounced dead at the scene.

His family said in a statement: “It is with deep sadness that John has tragically passed away and left a much loved and devastated wife, son and family behind.

“He was a happy, hard-working, fun-loving family man who lit up the lives of all who met him.

“John has left a huge void in everyone’s hearts, which can never be filled. He will be sorely missed by all.”

One man, in his 30s from London, remains in hospital with serious injuries.

Kent Police is continuing to appeal for information about the crash, which happened at about 7am.

Police said Mr McMahon’s car was involved in a crash with a silver Honda, a grey Toyota Hi-Lux and a blue Vauxhall Corsa on the A225 Shoreham Road.

Police want to speak with any witnesses who may have seen the cars before the crash.

Witnesses are asked to call 01622798538 quoting MM/SM/256/17.