REMEMBERED: Tributes have begun to flood in for 19-year-old Dylan Hicks.
REMEMBERED: Tributes have begun to flood in for 19-year-old Dylan Hicks. Contributed

'Fly high': tributes flow for Dylan Hicks

TRIBUTES have begun to flow in for the 19-year-old Bundaberg man killed in a crash on his motorbike on Tuesday afternoon.

Dylan Hicks graduated North Bundaberg High School in 2014 and has been remembered on social media as a caring friend with "a heart of gold".


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"To the man who made macca's the man that made sure every guy that ever hurt me knew you were my boyfriend and that I was finally happy," Liz Furby wrote.

"To the man that always looked so serious but underneath had a heart of gold, to the man who could scream higher than I could but didn't care if he sounded like a girl, to the man who (what felt like) walked across half of Moore Park to meet a puppy with me and told me his life story and I told him mine, to the man who made me smile without even trying - you meant more to me than I ever let on and it's hard to believe that you're not in this world anymore.

"To wake up and realise it wasn't a dream breaks my heart; one day we'll meet again but until then it's not goodbye it's simply 'see ya later'."

"Rest easy man, you've always been a true friend," Tyson Newland wrote.

"Always looked after my family when I left and I could never thank you enough for that.

"You're an amazing person and taken far too early, going to miss you dude.

"Fly high brother."

Nicole Mann wrote, "Dylan Hicks - A perfect example of the good die young because even the old don't grow as kind and caring as yourself...a 19-year-old boy who day in, day out helped others without ever expecting so much as a thank you in return when in today's society we all know how special that is not to mention rare to the point of extinct."

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