Tribute paid to Yateley crash grandfather

Stuart Arnott Mr Arnott's car left the road and hit a tree

A family has paid tribute to a grandfather from Reading who died in a car crash in Hampshire.

Stuart Arnott, 63, was driving a Honda Insight on the A327 at Eversley Cross, near Yateley, on Saturday when the car left the road.

The vehicle hit a tree outside Busta Farm and Mr Arnott died at the scene.

In a statement, his family said: "We are completely devastated by the tragic and untimely loss of our father."

The crash happened shortly before midnight on Saturday.

It is not known why Mr Arnott's car left the road. No other vehicles were involved.

His family said: "He will be sadly missed by all the family and those that knew him.

"He was a wonderful father, grandfather and brother."

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