Pedestrian hit by lorry in Worthing dies in hospital

Worthing crash Ryan Chapman died in hospital after the accident in Worthing on Tuesday

A pedestrian who was hit by a lorry in West Sussex has died in hospital.

The man, who has been named by police as Ryan Chapman, was seriously injured in the crash on the A27 Arundel Road in Worthing on Tuesday morning.

Mr Chapman, 29, of Goldsmith Road in the town, was flown to Southampton Hospital but later died.

The lorry driver, a 42-year-old man from King's Lynn in Norfolk, suffered shock, police said. The force is appealing for witnesses.

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