Farnborough man arrested over passenger crash death

Kennels Lane near Farnborough The single-vehicle crash happened in an area of the country lane that had street lights

A 30-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after a passenger died in a crash in Hampshire on Sunday night.

A green Peugeot 106 left the road at Kennels Lane near Farnborough at 23:50 GMT.

The car overturned and a Rebecca Bignell, 25, was trapped. She was airlifted to hospital but later died.

Hampshire Constabulary said police were making "an urgent appeal" for witnesses.

Sgt Andy Lynch said: "It was a country lane and late at night but there are street lights."

The arrested man remains in hospital.

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