Motorcyclist dies three weeks after Hampshire crash

A motorcyclist has died in hospital three weeks after he was involved in a crash in Hampshire.

Roger Farley was thrown from his Honda touring motorcycle after he lost control of it on the A32 at West Meon on 25 May.

The 71-year-old, from Fareham, was taken to Southampton General Hospital. He died in the early hours of Thursday.

Police are appealing for anyone who saw other vehicles near the scene before the crash at 09:45 BST to come forward.

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