Prison officer killed in fatal collision on A303

prison officer killed in fatal collision on a303

In Police have confirmed that the man who sadly died at the scene of the fatal collision on the A303 yesterday, 8/5/19 has been formally identified.

Kizito Ssewanyana, aged 34 from Amesbury was involved in a two vehicle collision which occurred at approximately 6:30 am on the stretch of the road between the Countess and Longbarrow roundabouts.

Our investigation into the circumstances of the collision is ongoing and we would encourage anyone with information to come forward. Please call the Collision Investigation Unit on 101 with any information.

Family Tribute to Kizito Ssewanyana

“We have lost a father, husband, brother, son and a friend with a beautiful soul, passionate and extremely promising with so much more to do.

Kizito died in a road collision on Wednesday 8 May 2019 leaving behind his loving wife and two children.

Friends and family knew Kizito as the kindest Dad and the best husband ever. He always thought of others before himself. He served his country above himself. His death has left a massive hole in our lives and we will miss him forever.

He joined the British Army and served with diligence in the Royal Fusiliers Regiment. At the time of his death, Kizito was serving as a Prison Officer with Her Majesty’s Prisons Service Erlestoke.

We would like to thank the emergency services who rushed to the scene of the accident and attended Kizito. They did their best to save his life.

Our thanks also go to everyone in the community who kindly supported us yesterday and continue to do so at this difficult time.”