Video PUBLISHED: 17:26 24 January 2019 Daniel Hickey Cameron Geeson died on New Year’s Day aged 19. He loved Subaru cars. After his mother posted a request on Facebook, more than 20 Subaru drivers have said they will follow the teenager’s funeral on Thursday (January 24) in Great Yarmouth. Archant A car-mad teenager was given the send-off he would have wanted when a fleet of Subarus and a quad-bike with a number plate bearing his name followed his funeral in Great Yarmouth. A convoy of Subaru cars at the funeral of Cameron Geeson who died on New Year’s Day aged 19. PICTURE: Jamie HoneywoodThe revs of the quad and 18 Subaru engines could be heard along the town’s seafront on Thursday (January 24) as a hearse carried Cameron Geeson to Gorleston crematorium. The 19-year-old, who had loved the Japanese-made sports car, had died suddenly on New Year’s Day.Six days after his death his mother, Michaela Geeson, posted an open request on Facebook, asking if any Subaru drivers could follow his funeral procession.Ms Geeson, 46, of Harbord Crescent, said that her son had loved sports cars, especially Subarus.Cameron had a rare condition in which a number of missing chromosomes had resulted… Read full this story
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