A MAN who died in a crash in Eastleigh will be remembered at a special car meet this weekend.

Harrison Nathan Cross, 26, was killed in a crash at the roundabout of Romsey Road on June 7.

Now members of the south coast car community have rallied together to remember their friend with a special meet on Saturday, June 18.

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In a post on Instagram, SouthCoast Meets said: “There are times in life where the car community really come together.

“Whether it be for meets or helping each other out. However this time it is different.

“We are celebrating the life of one of our own that has been taken far too soon.”

The location of the meet will be released on the day and attendees are encouraged to “be respectful” and to “stay safe.”

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Family members have paid tribute to Harrison saying they are "deeply heartbroken by the sudden loss".

They added: "He was the kindest son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend to all who knew him.

"Taken far too young and he will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him.

"We will move forward with sadness of the memories we will not get to make, but cherish and smile looking back at the ones we did."

An investigation into the exact circumstances of the collision is continuing.

Anyone with information should call 101, quoting the reference 44220225028.

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