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Tribute paid to Farnham man killed in Bordon crash

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Tribute paid to Farnham man killed in Bordon crash

Published at 12:27pm 31st July 2017.

A Farnham man who was killed in a crash near Bordon has been named by police.

35-year-old Choudhry Muhammad Sadaqat, of Weydon Lane, died on Tuesday 25 July after being struck by an HGV. 

The collision happened three days earlier, on Friday July 21, on Green Street in East Worldham. 

His family, who are being supported by specialist officers, have released the following tribute: “Choudhry was a good son and brother.

"He has left us early to return to his Creator.

“He enjoyed life and was always ready to serve his community.  He is survived by his mother, father, brothers and family.”

The driver of the HGV, a 38-year-old man from Tamworth, who had been arrested in connection with this incident was released but remains under investigation.

Investigations into the collision are continuing.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Sgt Mark Furse, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, on 101, quoting 44170280821.


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