Hampshire & Isle of Wight

Andover motorcyclist admits killing pedestrian

William Hatherall Image copyright Family handout
Image caption William Hatherall was described as "too young and too vibrant to lose his life so suddenly"

A 52-year-old man who hit a pedestrian while riding his motorbike has admitted causing death by careless driving.

William Hatherall, 48, was struck on New Street in Andover, Hampshire, on 14 October and later died in hospital.

Darren Lampard, of Artist Way, Andover, also pleaded guilty to causing the death while driving uninsured.

He has been released on bail to be sentenced at Winchester Crown Court on 21 December.

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Image caption Darren Lampard's motorbike struck William Hatherall on New Street in Andover

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