Tribute to sports car driver killed in A2 crash in Kent

Keith Hall Keith Hall was killing during a crash on the A2 near Patrixbourne in Kent

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Tributes have been paid to a "kind and generous" father-of-two who died when his sports car was hit by a tipper truck on the A2 in Kent.

Keith Hall, 44, of Whitfield, near Dover, was driving an MGB on 17 April when it apparently broke down at the side of the London-bound carriageway.

It was then hit by a Scania lorry, near Patrixbourne, killing Mr Hall.

Paula Hall said he was a "good husband" and a "special dad to our two much-loved children that he adored".

She added: "He will be greatly missed by us, his family and his friends. He touched the lives of so many people and will hopefully be remembered as a kind, generous, football-mad man, who would do anything for you."

The collision led to the closure of the road for nearly five hours.

Kent Police have appealed for anyone with information about the crash, which happened at about 15:20 BST, to contact officers.

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