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'Wonderful' great-grandfather died in Petersfield crash

'Wonderful' great-grandfather died in Petersfield crash

A driver who died in a crash on a dual carriageway in Hampshire has been described as a “wonderful great-grandfather” by his family.

Reginald Kemp, 86, who was known as John, died when his Nissan Micra collided with a pick-up truck near Petersfield on Thursday 17 September.

In a statement released by police, his family said he was a loving husband and a caring father of two daughters.

He also had seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

The crash involving Mr Kemp’s car and a Ford Ranger happened on the B2070 London Road at Adhurst Farm, near the A272 junction.

Hampshire Constabulary is continuing to appeal for witnesses and anyone with dashcam footage.

Driver dies in collision on Petersfield dual carriageway

Driver dies in collision on Petersfield dual carriageway

An 86-year-old car driver has died after a collision with a pickup truck on a dual carriageway.

Police were called at 16:10 BST on Thursday to the B2070 near Petersfield, Hampshire.

The man’s Nissan Micra collided with a Ford Ranger at Adhurst Farm, near the A272 junction. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Hampshire police have appealed for witnesses and drivers with dash cam footage to contact them.