FAMILY members of a young father whose life was ‘cut too short’ in a motorway crash have paid tribute to him.
Groundsman Joseph Watts, 26, died at the scene on the M27 at junction 9 at Whiteley westbound at 10.20pm on May 20.
Now family of the Romsey man have said he ‘will be missed dearly’.
A statement released by Hampshire police said: ‘Joseph Watts was a dedicated father, loving partner, son and brother.
‘He loved nature, adventure, travelling, fatherhood, and was passionate in his career as a groundsman. He was always to be found with a smile on his face.
‘Whilst his life was tragically cut too short, he lived it to the full and will be missed dearly by all the lives that he impacted.’
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