"He would walk into a room and you would notice him straight away. There was a real presence about him.
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Mr Miles, 39, added: "Whoever gets his heart is going to be a very lucky person. He was a beautiful person. He had expressed a wish that he wanted to donate his organs. We will take great comfort from knowing that his death will help others to live. It is not a wasted life."
Paul was driving the BMW, a car he had had for a year, when the incident occurred on a stretch of road outside St Bernadette's RC Church last Friday night.
"It is a terrible tragedy and it is very hard to comprehend," said Mr Gardner. "When we heard the news we wanted to show our support to them all,their familiesandtheir friends at college."
surreal at the moment. I get waves of emotion."
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Mrs Gee added: "By donating Paul's organs for transplant, something good has come from something so tragic."
and from Whitefield, escaped the crash without serious injury.
Mr Miles said: "We knew from day one that he was not well. He had significant brain damage. He was in a deep coma but their care was above what they had to do. Paul has donated all his organs. It was what he would have wanted and it sums up his personality."
Keen fisherman Paul, a former pupil at Ribble Drive County Primary, Phillips High School and Bury College, has four sisters and two brothers. He has been described by his devastated parents as a 6ft "gentle giant".
His devastated parents Paul Miles and Stephanie Gee revealed that he fell into a coma and his heart did not stop beating. They said they took comfort from knowing that his organs would help keep others alive.
Mrs Gee, aged 38, said: "It has given us some comfort knowing that Paul's gentle heart has not stopped beating, that it will help someone who needs a transplant the chance to live a full and happy life. If five or six people now have the chance to keep their children or partners alive, we know that Paul's death will not be in vain."
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"I have got very close friends, but Paul was the only one I wanted to be my best man," said Mr Miles. "He was brilliant. I have always been proud of him. He was a real achiever. He was a very, very clever lad.
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David Gardner, assistant principal at Holy Cross, said staff and students were shocked and saddened by the news ofPaul's death. Prayers were said at a college service attended by more than 250 pupils and staff.
Both Mrs Gee and Mr Miles praised the work of hospital staff.
An inquest into his death is due to be opened and his funeral, at which mourners will be asked to dress colourfully and celebrate his life, is being arranged.
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Front seat passenger Martin Edwards, 18, a talented footballer from Whitefield, lost the lower parts of both his legs as a result of the crash. Martin, a former youth team player at Radcliffe Borough FC and an A Level student at Holy Cross College in Bury, was taken to Fairfield Hospital, where his injuries forced surgeons to amputate lower parts of both his legs.
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