Tributes have been paid to a man who died after a crash on a busy Hampshire road last month. 

Police were called just before 11pm on February 16 following a crash involving a red Audi A1 car and pedestrian on Winchester Road in Petersfield. 

The pedestrian, 43-year-old James Langlands from Horsham, died after being taken to hospital.

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His family have paid tribute to him: "James was kind, generous, funny and unassuming.

"He worked hard and was greatly liked and valued by the large insurance company he worked for in London.

"He treasured his long friendship with old-school pals and football team members.

"He was greatly loved and will be missed by everyone who knew him"

Hampshire Police continue to appeal for information. Anyone with information can call 101, or submit this via their website.