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A DRIVER arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving after the death of a Portsmouth man has been rebailed.

The 25-year-old, from Selsey, was questioned on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after the incident on September 28 Street End Road, Sidlesham, West Sussex.

Mick Daish, 70, of Compton Road, Hilsea, was on his way to work when large bales of hay fell on to his car from a trailer that was being towed by a tractor. The driver must now answer bail on March 21.