A seven-year-old boy has become the latest victim of a quad bike crash after he turned a corner on his family's farm and fell off.
Connor Irvin, was driving the quad bike with a nine-year-old family friend who was behind him and survived.
Both boys were wearing helmets.
Connor's family including his twin brother Bailey were watching as the crash occurred and tried desperately to save his life.
'He was a very special, soft boy who loved his twin brother Bailey and his sister Shenaye and loved his dad's farm,' said a statement from the family.
There have been calls to introduce minimum riding ages and to introduce licenses as Connor's death is the 108th quad bike death in six years.
Connor's sister Shenaye wrote an online tribute: 'Fly high my blue eyed angel .... Promise I'll look after your best mate until you're together again.'