M20 crash man Paul Clark died on eve of daughter's wedding

Paul Clark Paul Clark was described by his wife as a devoted husband and father to three children

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A 51-year-old man who died in a car crash on a motorway in Kent on Boxing Day had been due to attend his only daughter's wedding the next day.

Paul Clark, from Sidcup in south-east London, was pronounced dead at the scene, between junctions two and one of the London-bound M20 carriageway.

His Vauxhall Vectra was the only vehicle involved in the collision, which happened just before 20:00 GMT.

His widow Tracie said "life will never be the same again" without him.

She described Mr Clark as a devoted husband and father to three children.

"Everyone who ever met Paul was touched by his infectious sense of humour and his immense love for all his family and special friends," she said.

His daughter's wedding was due to have been held at Chilston Park Hotel in Lenham, Maidstone.

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