Hampshire & Isle of Wight

Family tribute to Andover crash cyclist Brian Tozer

Brian Tozer
Image caption Mr Tozer's family said he would be "greatly missed" by friends, family and work colleagues

The family of a cyclist who was critically injured in a crash in Hampshire have paid tribute to him.

Brian Tozer, 46, was struck by a vehicle in Andover in the early hours of Sunday and was found lying in the road by a passing motorist.

He was taken to Southampton General Hospital but died of his injuries. A 28-year-old man has been arrested.

Mr Tozer's family said they were "deeply saddened" by his "tragic and sudden death".

A statement said: "Brian was a wonderful, son, brother and uncle and will be greatly missed by us all including his extended family, friends and work colleagues."

A man from Andover was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving and has been bailed until 28 June.

The crash happened near the Folly Roundabout, Redon Way, at about 00:45 GMT.

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