Family of A27 collision victim say he was a ‘rare and good soul’

George Hamilton-Green. Photo: Sussex Police

The family of a young man, who died after a car collided with him on the A27, have said words will never ‘express how totally devastated’ they are.

George Hamilton-Green, 23, from the Slindon Common area, was a pedestrian on the A27 Arundel Road near Walburton when the incident took place just after midnight on Monday, June 3.

He was in collision with a silver Renault Megane, and police are continuing to investigate.

George’s family has since released the following tribute:

“There will never be the right words to express how totally devastated we are at the loss of our beautiful son George, who at 23, was so suddenly and tragically taken from our lives.

“He touched so many people with his gentle nature and kindness and was always putting others first.

“He had a rare and good soul and truly wanted peace, kindness and love in the world for us all.

“We will forever cherish all the wonderful memories we shared and carry him in our hearts forever.”

Anyone who saw what happened, or who may have dash came footage of the incident, is asked to call 101 quoting Operation Beeton.