09/20/2012 05:47 pm ET Updated Sep 21, 2012

Bradley Cooper And Abbey Parker, British Teens, Die En Route To Charity Event For Air Ambulance That Tried To Save Them

An outpouring of condolences continue to stream in to a Facebook page set up to memorialize Bradley Cooper and Abbey Parker, two British teens who were killed Sunday when the motorcycle they were riding on collided with two tractors.

According to the Daily Mail, Cooper, 18 and Parker, 17, were riding on the motorcycle Cooper had received for his 17th birthday and heading to the 13th annual motorcycle run, a charity event for Essex Air Ambulance, which attracts thousands of bikers each year.

For the run, thousands of bikers gather at Ford Dunton, Laindon, Essex and then travel in a convoy for 60 miles to Harwich where a charity day takes place.

In an ironic twist, reports say an Essex Air Ambulance was called in to help the young couple, but nothing could be done to save the teenagers who were pronounced dead at the scene.

The family of Abbey Parker described her as a "keen dancer" who was doing an apprenticeship in hairdressing at a family-owned beauty salon, while Cooper's family described him as "a kind and considerate friend, loyal brother, looking out for his sisters and the most wonderful son and treasured grandson anyone could ask for," according to BBC News.

A 43-year-old local man was arrested following the collision and remains on police bail pending further inquiries until January 13, 2013, the Essex Police department reports.

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Bradley Cooper And Abbey Parker