Family and friends of two teenage girls, killed in an horrific car crash at the weekend, are still trying to come to terms with their loss.
Lily Butterfield-Godwin and Abbey Rogers, born on the same day 19 years ago, died together when the car in which they were passengers smashed into a wall.
It happened in Gosport Lane at Lyndhurst, in the New Forest. The 21-year-old driver and another girl were injured and taken to Southampton General Hospital.
Investigations into how the incident happened have been continuing throughout the day. Richard Slee reports.
A car ploughed into the front of a shop at Lyndhurst in the New Forest. The toy shop lost 75 per cent of its stock because of damage from glass and oil. There are no reports of any injuries.
Police have now formally identify the two women who died in a collision in Lyndhurst.
They were Lily Catherine Butterfield-Godwin 19, and Abbey Rogers, 19 ,both from Lyndhurst.
Four people were travelling in the car: the driver, a 21-year-old man, and three passengers, all 19-year-old women.
New technology, used by speed enforcement officers to concentrate on reducing animal related accidents on the roads, detected 680 speed-related offences in the New Forest during October.
The majority of these drivers, who were caught in the first month of the project, will be offered a place on a speed awareness course.
The Hampshire Constabulary speeding officers targeted evening commuting times when the greatest number of animals are injured, and used infra-red camera technology to detect speeding offences at night.
Hampshire Constabulary Road Safety Sergeant, Rob Heard, said:
The results for October highlight the importance of this partnership approach to reducing speed in the New Forest. They show we are targeting the right areas and that people are speeding through the New Forest.
We sincerely hope our enforcement will remind drivers of the importance of keeping within the speed limit at all times of the day and hope that it will contribute to a reduction in speed and a reduction in the number of injuries to both people and animals.
This project is a partnership between the Verderers of the New Forest, The Commoners Defence Association, and Hampshire Constabulary.
The A31 westbound at the New Forest in Hampshire remains closed because of an overturned lorry and recovery work between M27 J1 / B3079 (Cadnam) and A338 Salisbury Road (Ringwood).
The A-road has been down to one lane since 4:30am, but a full closure is now in place from M27 J2 via the A35. The road is not expected to reopen until about midday.
There is only local access to exit the M27 at J1, and to/from the A31 in the New Forest.
Diversion in place: from M27 J2 Ower, follow the Hollow Circle Symbol via A326 to Totton and A35 south via Lyndhurst towards A338 at Bournemouth.
Police have named a man who died in a road crash in the New Forest as William George Cooper.
The 30-year-old from Ibsley, Ringwood, was in a Ford Transit van which left the carriageway and struck a tree at approximately 4.30am on Sunday, October 5 on a section of road on the A338 between Fordingbridge and Ringwood.
The police have released a statement on behalf of Mr Cooper's family:
A fun loving, warm hearted son, brother and uncle will be sadly missed by all his family and friends.
A cyclist from Salisbury has created a unique work of art in the New Forest and Dorset - creating a bike using a cycle route website.
David Taylor from Salisbury mapped out his giant bike last month by carefully following a 212 mile route around the New Forest and Dorset.
His picture has appeared on the popular cycling challenge website, Strava after he uploaded the ride to his profile. It took him a staggering 13 hours to complete the ride.
He told Cycling Weekly magazine: "I actually missed some turns so had to redesign as I went. Still, you can see what it’s meant to be."
The ancient tradition of pannage has begun in the New Forest. Pigs are brought in to eat acorns from the forest floor.
There are thousands of oak trees in the woodland but the acorns are poisonous to the wild ponies and cattle that roam the countryside
Three more people have been arrested in connection with the murder of Pennie Davis.
Hampshire Police said they had detained a 28-year-old woman, a 29-year-old man and 46-year-old man on suspicion of assisting an offender.
The mother-of-five, 47, was stabbed to death as she tended to her horses in the New Forest on September 2.
The latest arrests bring the total number of people detained over the incident to eight
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of mother-of-five Pennie Davis. Thirty-six-year-old Justin Robertson, of no fixed abode, will now appear at Winchester Crown Court on Wednesday (Sept 17.) Pennie Davis was found with multiple stab wounds at a field in Beaulieu where she was tending her horses. Mr Robertson spoke to confirm his name and date of birth.