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Police have confirmed the name of a man who died after a car collided with him on the A422 near Oxhill on Thursday 4 January.
Mohammed Mahmood, 55, from Reading, (originally from Leeds) died in hosptial following the collision that was reported to police 5.57am.
In a statement, Mr Mahmood’s family said: “He was truly blessed and our prayers are with him.”
Detective Sergeant Stephen Barr of the Serious Collision Investigation Unit said: “Our thoughts are with Mr Mahmood’s family and friends as they come to terms with this tragic incident.
“We’re continuing to investigate the collision and urging anyone who witnessed the collision or who saw Mr Mahmood on the road network prior to the collision to make contact with us please”
Anyone with information can go to www.warwickshire.police.uk/report or call 101. Please quote incident number 44 of 4 January 2024.
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