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Cyclist killed on A32 in Hampshire named

Witnesses sought to fatal collision last month

A cyclist who died following a collision in Hampshire last month has been named as William Houghton from Buckinghamshire, reports the Daily Echo.

The 20-year-old died of head injuries in hospital the day after a crash involving a Citroen C3 on the A32 on Hoads Hill at Wickham near Fareham.

The collision took place at 11.18am on Thursday 28 January.

Witnesses have been asked to contact Hampshire Constabulary's Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101 quoting Operation Feline and the reference number 44160042675.


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