An inquest has opened into the death of a 33-year-old man who crashed into a tree on a Hampshire country road.

Mitchell Tulley, of Crookhill, near Romsey, died at the scene of the crash on the A3090 between Hursley Road and Hook Road on April 22.

The inquest opened at Winchester Coroners' Court on May 1. The inquest heard that Mr Tulley was driving a red Fiat Punto and that no other vehicles were involved. 

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A post mortem, by consultant pathologist Dr Balvinder Shoker, found the cause of death to be multiple injuries due to a road traffic collision. 

Senior coroner Christopher Wilkinson adjourned the inquest to be held at Winchester Coroners' Court on May 20 next year.