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Cyclist hit by lorry

Police are keen to hear from drivers who may have witnessed a serious injury collision at the roundabout junction of the A326 and Ringwood Road at 8am yesterday morning.

A 26-year-old cyclist was involved in a collision with a large goods vehicle. She was taken to Southampton General Hospital to be treated for a serious, but not life-threatening leg injury. No-one else was injured.

Tributes paid to windsurfer killed in crash

The brother of a 42-year-old cyclist who died after a collision in Chichester has paid tribute to him.

Howard Plumb died after his bike collided with a Honda Jazz in Knight's Hill, Charlton, on Saturday.

Mr Plumb was one of the world's top windsurfers who was famous around the globe.

Howard Plumb died following a collision in Chichester Credit: Sussex Police

He had numerous national, world and European championship titles in windsurfing and represented Great Britain in the sport at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.

Mr Plumb, known to friends and family as Howie.

As an active member of the i-Team Cycling Club he competed at several national events including the Tour of Wessex and the End to End on the Isle of Man and numerous European races in France, Italy and Belgium.

Mr Plumb leaves a partner, Ania, parents Roger and Sue and brother Roland.

Roland Plumb said: "Howie has had a huge impact on our lives and had many great friends around the world.

"The number of messages of condolences we have received has been staggering and a testament to both his popularity and accomplishments.

"We need time to come to terms with this tragic event and would ask for privacy at this time."

A 54-year-old man from Sweden, arrested on suspicion of driving without due care and attention has been released on bail until 13 November.

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Three taken to hospital following RTA in East Sussex

Three people have been taken to hospital following a crash on the A27 in East Sussex.

East Sussex Fire and Rescue were called to the westbound carriageway in the Polegate area just before 8am this morning.

One car was on fire which the fire service put out. Three people were handed over to ambulance crews and taken to hospital.

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Serious crash leaves two people in hospital

Police are appealing for witnesses after a serious crash in Crawley, injuring two people.

Emergency services were called to Breezehurst Drive in Bewbush at around 2:45am this morning to a car that had collided with a tree.

The car had lost control, hit the central reservation and then into the tree.

The driver, a 21-year-old man from Crawley and his passenger, who is 25-years-old and from Twekesbury, were both taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with serious injuries.

Anyone with information should call 101 quoting Operation Packard.

Collision on the M27

Fire fighters attended a road traffic collision involving two private motor vehicles in lane three of the motorway. One male casualty was released by ambulance prior to our arrival and one male casualty was released by Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Both casualties were taken to hospital. Appliances from Hightown, Fareham and Botley attended, with a total of 19 fire fighters.

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