The family of an elderly couple killed in a crash on the A34 say they are "shocked and devastated" at their deaths.
Barry Janes, who was 70-years-old, and his wife Shirley died when their car left the carriageway at Three Maids Hill on Monday night.
The couple from Fareham were traveling southbound when their car, for reasons that police are investigating, crashed and ended up on its roof.
Anyone who witnessed the incident to help the police build a better picture of what happened that night of 24th February are asked contact PC Matthew Clayton on 101, quoting Operation Agate.
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