Hampshire dad pays tribute to 'caring son and best friend' Nathan Stevens who 'loved life' that died in a multi-vehicle crash while riding a motorbike in East Tisted
THE dad of a motorbike rider who died in a crash in Hampshire has paid tribute to his son.
Nathan Stevens, 27, passed away after being involved in a crash on the A32, in East Tisted.
A Ford Mondeo, a Honda Jazz, and a motorcycle, were all involved in the collision last Wednesday, at 6.30pm.
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Mr Stevens, of Whyte Avenue, Aldershot, was pronounced dead at the scene.
In a statement share via Hampshire Constabulary, his dad said: ‘My loving, caring son and best friend, Nathan Stevens, tragically died in a road traffic accident on Wednesday night.
‘He was a wonderful son who loved life and always brightened up every room he walked into.
‘Nathan was good at everything he put his mind to and was so enthusiastic about his new job. He loved adventuring and had a great passion for off-roading and motorbikes.
‘Nathan will be sorely missed by his family, his girlfriend and all of his friends.
‘There are no words to explain how much he was loved.
‘Nathan, you will never ever be forgotten. Rest in peace son.’
An police investigation into the circumstances of the crash are ongoing.
Sergeant Christopher Thompson, part of the investigation team, said: ‘Whilst we continue to support the family I am also aware that this would have been an extremely distressing scene for anyone who witnessed both the collision or the scene.
‘I would advise anyone who witnessed this incident to contact victim support or their GP should they need any support.’
Anyone with information is advised to call 101, quoting 44220237970 or Operation Cab.