Sussex

Chef Thomas Drewery named as B2110 car crash victim

The Fiesta was found in a field
Image caption The Ford Focus hit a tree before ending up in a field

A man who was killed when his car hit a tree and left the road in West Sussex has been named.

Thomas Drewery, 21, from Horsham, was driving on the B2110, near Truckers Ghyll, Handcross, on Friday when his grey Ford Focus ended up in a field.

His family said Mr Drewery, from Louth in Lincolnshire, moved to Sussex two years ago to work as a chef.

In a statement, they said: "Thomas touched everyone's hearts and will be very much missed."

Sussex Police said the car left the road at about 00:30 GMT but they were not called to the scene until about 11:20. No other vehicles are thought to have been involved.

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