Police name Waterlooville motorcyclist who died in A32 truck crash

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THE motorcyclist who died after a crash on the A32 has been named by police.

Jack Burgess, 22, from Waterlooville, was involved in a four-vehicle crash on June 29, and died in hospital the following day.

Jack Burgess, 22 from Waterlooville, died after an incident involving four vehicles on the A32. Picture: Hampshire Constabulary

Jack Burgess, 22 from Waterlooville, died after an incident involving four vehicles on the A32. Picture: Hampshire Constabulary

The accident involved a black Vauxhall Zafira, a grey Audi A6, a large articulated white truck and Mr Burgess’ motorcycle.

The driver of the truck, a 49-year-old man from Horndean, was arrested. He has been released from custody but remains under investigation.

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Today, Jack's family has paid an official tribute to him.

They said: ‘Jack was a funny, adventurous and caring person who was loved by all that knew him.

‘He is sorely missed but will live on in our memories and in those to whom he selflessly donated his organs.’

Anyone who has information on the incident is asked to call 101, quoting the crime reference number 44190225063.

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