A woman who was one of the first people at the scene and performed CPR on the motorcyclist who died in a crash in Bicester has paid tribute to the victim. 

Jeffrey Williams, aged 57 from Bicester, died at the junction of Middleton Stoney Road and Empire Road on bank holiday Monday (May 27).

The incident happened after there was a collision between a red motorcycle and a black Mercedes Sprinter van at approximately 9.40am. 

Lisa Cooper said: "I was at the scene minutes after the accident and did CPR to try to save your loved ones life. I’m so sorry, we all worked so hard to save him.

"I’m so sorry for your loss."

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Further tributes have also been made on the Oxford Mail's book of condolences. 

Susanna Williams made a heartfelt tribute to Jeffrey's family: "To Leigh, Jacob and Millie, I am so unbelievably sorry to hear this tragic news about Jeff.

"I volunteer at Beavers alongside Jeff whilst he volunteered at cubs.

"This is such a huge loss of a lovely man that adored his family.

"He will be so missed. Sending all my love to Leigh and Jacob and all Jeff’s close loved ones. With love and sad condolences, Susanna Williams (Racoon)"

Oxford Mail: The collision happened near this roundabout.The collision happened near this roundabout. (Image: Image: Newsquest)

Helen Thornton said: "We will always remember Jeff being so welcoming at Cubs.

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"We will miss bumping into him on dog walks with Millie.

"He was always so positive and funny with great stories to share. Thinking of you guys."

Shelley said: "Thinking of all family and friends at this heart-breaking time."

Councillor Donna Ford also said her thoughts are with his family and friends.

Last week, Jeffrey's family paid tributes to him. 

The family statement released on May 30 said: “Jeff was known to all his family and friends as kind hearted, giving and caring.

"He was always ready to help others and was so positive at everything he embarked on.

“He was a very loving, thoughtful husband and father to a son and cocker spaniel who both adore him.

“He was loved by all his family and friends and a respected colleague to all that knew him.

“We are devastated at the sudden loss of Jeff and we will always love him. He will be missed by many.”

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Town councillor for Bicester North, Rachel Mallows, also paid her tributes: “I am extremely saddened to hear of this tragic loss and send condolences to the gentleman’s family and friends.

“In the long term, I hope there is some learning that can be taken from the investigation to help improve road safety for all.”

Responding to the news, Bicester householder Claire Chevin said "So so very sorry" while Vanessa Mundy added: "Rest in peace".

The driver of the van was not injured in the collision, Thames Valley Police has said.