Worker hit by car 'collecting road signs' on A24 named

Peugeot 307 with smashed windscreen
Image caption The driver of the Peugeot 307 was not injured

A man who died when he was hit by a passing car on the A24 in West Sussex is believed to have been collecting road signs at the time, police said.

Anthony Saunders, 49, from Lower Faircox in Henfield, had been working near Ashington when he was struck on the southbound carriageway.

His family told Sussex Police he would be "sadly missed".

The driver of the Peugeot 307, who was from Worthing, was treated for shock, following the accident on Monday.

Officers have appealed for any witnesses to contact them.

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