A young boy will be farewelled next week following a tragic crash in the Upper Murray.
Emergency services were called to the scene at Lucyvale on October 23 but the boy was pronounced dead at the scene.
An 82-year-old man was arrested and questioned by police, and released without charge.
The 10-year-old will be farewelled at a funeral service at Willowbank in Albury on Friday.
The service will be livestreamed amid coronavirus restrictions, which prevent unvaccinated people from attending.
Family members have paid tribute to the late boy in a notice published in The Border Mail.
The 10-year-old, the youngest of three sons to parents David and Emma, was remembered as the light in the family's lives.
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"He will always be watching over us," his grandparents said.
"Feel blessed that we had him in our world, and know that he is loved and cherished by all that knew him."
His aunty and uncle said he was in their thoughts.
"Matty, you are the light of our life," they said.
"Shine bright in eternal sunshine little mate.
"We are with you forever."
Sue Valentine shared her thoughts in another tribute posted online.
"Mathew was a little character who has left a lasting impression and will be missed by so many," she said.
Kirsten Sharp extended her sympathies to the family.
"Such a beautiful young man who always had the biggest smile," she said.
Police on Sunday said there were no charges in the case, which is still being investigated.
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