The family of a man who was killed in a collision in Blackwater has paid tribute to him.
John Johnston,54,of Beaulieu Gardens in Blackwater,was pronounced dead at the scene following a collision with a Ford C-Max on June 15.
亚搏娱乐官网Hampshire Constabulary was called to the incident at 2.42am,which took place near The Royal Swan Public House on the A30 London Road nearCamberley.
In a tribute after his death,his family said: "In loving memory of John Johnston,from Jane and his sons.He will be greatly missed by his family and friends."
Mr Johnston was the last customer to leave the The Royal Swan and had beentalking and laughing with people shortly before his death,according to the public house's boss.
She said he was "drinking and enjoying himself" and spent the evening laughing and chatting to other customers before she closed the pub at 1.30am.
"He usually drinks across the road and it was the first time I saw him here.He was no trouble - nothing.We had a chat and he told me he had three sons at university.He seemed like a nice guy," she said.
Upon hearing the news of the man's death,the pub manager said she "couldn't believe it".
"I said to police 'I need to see a photo of him to see it was the right person' - nobody could believe it," she said.
"A lot of people spoke to him and we can't believe it was the same person.He spoke to quite a few of the customers.I guess you just don't know what's around the corner."
Officers are still keen to hear from anyone who has information about this collision,or the moments leading up to it,that could assist with their enquiries.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101,quoting 44190205397.