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  • "
    Huey wrote:
    Sez on the radio someone is dead.
    What a pointless way to die, some fools can't drive for toffee.
    Can't say I am suprised though, with some of the driving I see on the road on a daily basis
    Thank you for your sensitive comments!!! Seems some fools can't summon tact for toffee either!

    Just think for one minute that the deceased persons friends and relatives, of which I am one, will be reading your oh so well informed observation and find your implication somewhat offensive."
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Pensioner from Surrey dies after accident on A31 at Ringwood

Man killed in road crash

Man killed in road crash

First published in New Forest

A PENSIONER has died after a four-car crash on a major Hampshire road last night.

The man in his 70s, who was driving a Daihatsu, was seriously injured in the collision on the A31 near Ringwood, and was later pronounced dead.

No one in the other three cars - two Fords and a Vauxhall - was reported to have been hurt in the crash, which happened shortly before 6pm, near the Ringwood Flyover.

The road was closed for much of the night.

Police said the man who died, who was from Surrey, was travelling alone in the car.

Officers are now in the process of informing his next of kin.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to call Sergeant Andy Tester at the Roads Policing Unit at Whitchurch police station, quoting Operation Calvert, on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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