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A fundraiser has been set up to help with the recovery of a 12-year-old boy who was the victim of a hit and run in Caistor, as he remains in hospital.

Kayne Delee, 12, was struck by a car when crossing Grimsby Road in Caistor at around 9.50pm on Wednesday, April 28.

The vehicle did not stop at the scene and caused Kayne potentially life-changing injuries.

He is currently at Sheffield Children’s Hospital undergoing treatment, and one of his mother’s friends has decided to set up a fundraiser to aid his recovery.

After just one hour of the fundraiser going live, it reached £470, just £30 shy of the £500 target.

It was Kayne’s birthday the week before the hit and run happened, and it is hoped that the money raised will allow for some belated presents.

Paramedics had to cut off Kayne’s clothes after the incident, so the initial fund will go towards replacing those.

As well as this, it is hoped that money will be raised to try and get some of the things that he enjoys.

Kayne is a huge Tottenham Hotspurs fan, and he also loves reading books and playing Fortnite.

The fundraiser, set up by Michelle Clarke, says: “I think the whole community has been shocked and saddened that something like this has happened here.

“Kayne is a bright, thoughtful and lovely young man who has his whole life ahead of him.

“He has a long road to recovery ahead of him and I think if we could make it a bit more bearable for him, keep his spirits up, encourage him to keep going when times are difficult, then that will go a long way to getting him better.”


To donate to Kayne’s fundraiser, visit the GoFundMe page here.


Lincolnshire Police are currently appealing to anyone with information in regards to the hit and run, and are encouraging witnesses to come forward.

Anyone who thinks they can assist with inquiries is being asked to call 101 or email [email protected] and quote incident 423 of April 28.

Lincolnshire Police said a 12-year-old boy’s life has “potentially been changed forever” as he continues to receive treatment in hospital after a hit and run incident in Caistor.

The boy was crossing Grimsy Road at around 9.50pm on Wednesday, April 28 when he was struck by a car, which allegedly did not stop at the scene. Police initially said it was possibly a BMW, but now believe it was a silver Honda.

The young boy was seriously injured and police said he is likely to remain in hospital for some time, as he is facing life-changing injuries.

A 27-year-old man was arrested in connection with the incident, who has since been released on bail pending further enquiries.

Police are calling on the public to help them “leave no stone unturned in our investigation into how this happened”.

Detective Sgt Emma Ward, of the Serious Collisions Investigation Unit, said: “This collision involves a child, who is now potentially facing life changing injuries.

“The impact on him and his family is devastating. It is vital that we have every piece of information available to help us investigate this meticulously and thoroughly.

“If you are in the area of Grimsby Road, please consider reviewing any footage you have that might have captured evidence that is crucial to our inquiry.”

Police are using anyone who saw the car on the night of the crash, or who has dashcam, ring doorbell or CCTV footage that captured the silver Honda, to come forward.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or via email at [email protected] quoting incident number 423 of April 28.

Alternatively, it can be reported through the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Beryl Broadbent, commented on a Lincolnshire Police Facebook post saying: “This boy is my great nephew, our family are heartbroken.

“How can any one do this and drive off and leave our boy in the road? Please if any one has any information contact the police ASAP.”

A 27-year-old man has been arrested after a 12-year-old boy suffered potentially life changing injuries during a hit and run in Caistor.

The boy was crossing Grimsby Road at around 9.50pm on Wednesday evening when he was struck by a car, possibly a BMW, police said.

The car allegedly did not stop at the scene and emergency services were called to help the boy on Grimsby Road.

The boy was taken to hospital soon after with potentially life changing, but not life threatening, injuries.

Police issued an appeal for witnesses or anyone with dascham footage on Thursday morning, and have now arrested a local man on suspicion of causing injury through dangerous driving and not stopping at the scene.

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