Musical tribute to Eighty-year-old dead man killed on mobility scooter


Over a hundred people gathered to pay tribute to an eighty-year-old man brutally stabbed on a mobility scooter in west London.

Thomas O’Halloran was on his mobility scooter when he was stabbed. The older adult died on the spot at  Cayton Road, Greenford, after being attacked on Tuesday afternoon.


Eighty-year-old adult used to perform songs at Greenford train station and collect donations for charity. People gathered and paid a musical tribute to the old adult by performing songs he used to play.

Forty-four-year-old Lee Byer from Southall west London has been arrested for the charge of murdering Eighty-year-old Thomas O’Halloran.

Dead old adult Thomas O’Halloran was originally from  Ennistymon, County Clare, Ireland. People who gathered to pay tribute to an eighty-year-old dead man on a mobility scooter belonged to the Irish community.

Thomas O’Halloran used to play the accordion and gathered donations for the people suffering from the war in Ukraine. He draped a Ukrainian flag on his mobility scooter while collecting charity for children.

Sixty-one-year-old Ambrose Gardon was a very dear friend of a dead eighty-year-old man. Ambrose Gardon said that my friend would have loved the tribute.

Another Sixty-five-year-old friend Gerry Hehir said that the death of Thomas O’Halloran was a massive shock to the whole community.


In addition, Gerry Hehir said that  “I have lived here for 29 years. It’s a shock the way it happened. There are many tragedies in London and the wider place and throughout the world, but it’s unfortunate.”

He clarified that Gerry Hehir was a very loving and caring man. He also added that he was a very professional and quiet person too.

Gerry Hehir said that this incident is regrettable, and Thomas O’Halloran will always be remembered for his contribution to the community.

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