Tribute to 'gentle' Berkshire crash driver

Raymond Munt
Image caption Raymond Munt's family said he "will be sorely missed"

The family of a driver who died when his car left the road and crashed in Berkshire has paid tribute to a "quiet" and "gentle" man.

Raymond Munt, 76, was driving a Nissan Micra along Soke Road in Silchester when it left the road on Saturday morning.

The car careered into a wooden gate and the garage of a cottage.

Mr Munt, of Westfield Crescent, Thatcham, was taken to hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

In a statement, his family said: "A quiet, gentle man who will be sorely missed.

"With love, Valerie, Tom, David, Sally, Ian, grandchildren, family and friends."

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