Wilton fatal crash driver named by police

Graeme Comlay Image copyright Supplied by Wiltshire Police
Image caption Graeme Comlay's family described him as "friendly, loveable and honest"

A man who died when his car was in a collision with two vehicles near Salisbury has been named by police.

Graeme Comlay, 24, from Durrington, was killed on 25 November after his car hit another car and a van on the A360 near Wilton.

His family has described him as "a friendly, loveable and honest young man who exuded happiness".

An investigation into the crash is continuing, a spokesman for Wiltshire Police said.

Correction 2 December 2014: This story was amended following clarification from Wiltshire Police about the nature of the collision.

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