A documentary investigation into the death of a Paulsgrove teenager is about to be released by the BBC.
The programme - Car Crash: Who is Lying? – will show the painstaking investigation into who was responsible for a crash that killed Luke Fletcher in January 2016.
The 19-year-old from Paulsgrove was killed when a Nissan Almera, driven at up to 100mph, crashed into trees on the B2177 near Southwick.
Here's all you need to know about the documentary:
When is it being released?
Cra Crash: Who is Lying? will be released by the BBC today – Thursday, November 15.
It will be available to watch from 10am on November 15.
How can you watch it?
The documentary will be released on BBC Three at 10am – so it will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer after that time.
Since BBC Three is now a online only channel.
Car Crash: Who is Lying? will also be available on YouTube - also from 10am – for those who don't have a TV licence and can’t access iPlayer.
What is it about?
Car Crash: Who’s Lying? is a compelling single-narrative documentary that tells the story of an unlikely group of friends in a close-knit community in Hampshire who find themselves at the centre of an intense police investigation.
It will explore the death of 19-year-old Luke Fletcher from Paulsgrove on a dark country road in January 2016.
What is featured in the documentary?
With access to never-before-seen police bodycam footage of the crash site, viewers are taken directly into the heart of the aftermath of a catastrophic collision between a car and a tree on a dark country road.
The immediate impact of the crash leaves a young man stumbling, dazed but unharmed from the car.
Telling the on-duty sergeant he was the driver, he is clearly shocked and expresses obvious concern for his friends still in the car, before asking for a hug.
Emotional interviews from the family members and friends of the gravely injured teens highlight what they believe happened that night, but the only ones who know the true story are those who were in the in car.
As their stories change, conflicting testimonies emerge and rumours spread among the community, and it’s down to the police to unpick the mystery of what really went on that night.
Who directed the documentary?
Directed by Chloe Campbell, this suspenseful documentary film will have you gripped until the final minutes.