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The family of a man who died after being hit by a train at Winnersh Triangle have paid tribute to a unique individual who would “light up a room”.
Peter Mayhew, 30, died instantly on Friday, September 7, after being hit by the 5.54pm Manchester Piccadilly to Gatwick service.
It was not until Monday that they learnt Mr Mayhew had died. Now they have shared their memories of a great son and brother.
Mr Mayhew’s mum Nora said: “He was a decent, good, moral, upstanding person. He was very kind to people. When he was happy he would light up a room. He had a lot of time for other people.
“He had so many good friends, but because he had depression he felt lonely and isolated. He was very sad. He found it difficult suffering from depression.”
Mr Mayhew’s family believe Peter took his own life, although they do not know this for certain. He had attempted suicide previously and had spent time in Tilehurst’s Prospect Park hospital.
Mr Mayhew took Paroxetine, also know as Seroxat, for his depression. His mum believes he should not have been prescribed this because of its side effects which can include increasing suicidal thoughts in some people.
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