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The family of a man who sadly died in a collision in Petersfield last week have today paid tribute to him.
Reginald John Kemp was pronounced dead after a collision involving his Nissan Micra and a Ford Ranger on London Road just after 4.30pm last Thursday, September 17.
The family of Mr Kemp, 86, of Lydnum Close, Petersfield, have paid tribute to him.
They said: "Reginald John Kemp, known as John, sadly taken from us on Thursday 17 September.
"A loving husband to Magarette, caring father to Jacqueline and Karen, and a wonderful grandfather to seven grandchildren, and great grandfather to six great grandchildren.
"Fondly remembered by the whole family.
"May you rest in peace."
Officers investigating the exact circumstances of the collision remain keen to speak with anyone who can assist their enquiries.
If you witnessed the collision, or saw the Micra, which had been following a second car in the lead up to the collision, or the Ranger prior to the incident, please contact us.
Anyone with information can call 101, quoting 44200360924.
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