Family pay tribute to 'infinitely loved' soldier, 21, who died in A30 crash

William Beal died in the early hours of 29 August Credit: Family photograph

The family of a man who died after a crash near Salisbury have released a tribute to him, saying he was "infinitely loved".

William Beal, 21, died in a single vehicle collision in the early hours of Monday (29 August).

His family said in a statement: "He was infinitely loved as a son, brother, friend and soldier. 

"Words cannot describe how much he will be missed by his family and friends and how devastating the loss is.

"William will always be remembered and loved by many."

Wiltshire Police released the following statement after the crash: "For reasons currently unknown, a vehicle had left the carriageway on a slight right-hand bend and collided with a hedgerow and telegraph pole which caused the car to roll.

"Sadly, the driver – a local man in his 20s – died at the scene. Our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.”