The family of a man who died in hospital after a crash on the A360 have paid tribute to him.
Andrew Fulford, from Devizes, died on January 10 following the collision north of Salisbury on December 20.
His wife Caroline has now released a tribute, describing her husband as the “most gentle person you could ever hope to meet”.
“It is with great sadness that on January 10, Andrew – my husband and father to our five beautiful and very brave children – lost his fight for life,” she said.
“Andy passed away in Southampton General Hospital as a result of the terrible injuries he sustained in the A360 road collision on 20 December.
Andy was the most gentle person you could ever hope to meet and his life was centred around his family.
“The support we have received from our family and friends has been overwhelming and we ask that at what is still a very difficult time, you continue to respect our privacy.”
A 21-year-old driver of a cement truck, the other vehicle involved in the collision, from Salisbury, was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.
He is currently on bail while enquiries are carried out by Wiltshire Police.
The force is continuing to appeal for any witnesses.
Anyone with any information is asked to call police on 101, quoting crime reference number 54180120284.