A memorial service has been held for two teenage girls who were killed in a car crash in the New Forest a week ago.
Lily Butterfield-Godwin and Abbey Rogers, both aged nineteen, died when the car in which they were passengers smashed into a wall in Lyndhurst.
Today family and friends gathered at nearby Boltons Bench for the ceremony including a minute's applause to celebrate their lives. Richard Slee reports.
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A 25-year-old man driving a blue Seat Alhambra, which was involved in the collision, was arrested on suspicion of causing death by driving without due care and attention and bailed until July 29.
Roads policing officers are continuing their appeal for information and would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either vehicle in the Lymington or Brockenhurst areas prior to it.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Road Death Investigation team at Eastleigh police station, quoting Operation Feldberg, on 101.
Police have named the ambulance driver and patient who died following a collision in the New Forest on Friday. Gillian Randall, 42, of Newlands Copse, Blackfield, was an ambulance technician with South Central Ambulance Service.
For reasons yet to be established, the ambulance she was driving left the A337 while travelling north towards Lyndhurst and collided with a tree at around 9.35am.
The vehicle was conveying a patient to hospital at the time of the collision. He was Francis Ironside, 88, of Harts Way, Lymington.
Both Mr Ironside, known to his family and friends as Jim, and Gillian Randall were pronounced dead at the scene.
A 32-year-old male paramedic, and a 64-year-old male relative of Mr Ironside, both travelling in the back, suffered serious injuries and both remain in a serious condition in hospital.
South Central Ambulance has issued a new statement after a crew member was killed in a crash in the New Forest.
The statement said: "The deceased crew member was a highly valued and respected member of our staff.
"South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust would like to pay tribute to them and are currently liaising with their family to this end.
"Our overriding concern at this time is for the wishes of the deceased crew member's family and the wishes of the family of the deceased patient."
Police are appealing for witnesses after four men were injured in a collision on the same stretch of road in which two were killed in last Friday's ambulance crash.
At round five minutes past midnight this morning, a black Renault Clio on the A337 towards Cadnam came off the road in the New Forest.
The vehicle is believed to have collided with a tree before coming to rest down an embankment.
The front seat passenger, 21, and a rear seat passenger, 20, had to be freed from the vehicle by fire crews. They suffered serious injuries.
All the men, from the Southampton area, were taken by ambulance to Southampton General Hospital. All currently remain in hospital.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Totton Roads Policing unit on 101.
An ambulance crew member is in a serious condition in hospital following a crash in which his colleague and a patient were killed. A male relative of the patient was also badly hurt in the accident on the A337 between Brockenhurst and Lyndhurst yesterday morning.
A car driver arrested after the collision has been released on bail. Juliette Fletcher reports.
Police are continuing their appeal for witnesses to the collision and would like to hear from anyone who saw what happened or who saw either vehicle in the Lymington or Brockenhurst areas prior to it.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Road Death Investigation Team at Eastleigh police station, quoting Operation Feldberg, on 101.
The driver, a 42-year-old female ambulance technician, and the patient, an 88-year-old man, were pronounced dead at the scene.
A male crew member and a male relative of the patient remain in hospital both in a serious condition.