Police have named the man who died following a fatal road traffic collision in Nursling Southampton last night.
Macaulay Campbell, 20, from Rownhams, died at the scene following the collision on the A3057, between Nursling and Romsey, at approximately 10.30pm last night (February 20).
His black VW Lupo was in collision with a silver BMW 520.
Mr Campbell was known as Mac to his family and friends.
His family have today paid tribute to him saying: “Mac has tragically lost his life in a car crash on the Romsey Road, near Rownhams.
“He was a very loving son to parents Tracy and Colin and brother to Luke, Sam and Maisie.
“He was also grandson to Pippa, Frank, Mary, Sally, Frank and Jill and boyfriend to his long standing girlfriend Fleur.
“Mac was a truly loving and active young man in the prime of his life.
“He enjoyed his work as an apprentice fitter with Sparkes of Totton and he loved his sport, especially rugby.
“On the day of the crash he had played for his team Romsey Rugby club and had achieved man of the match along with a victory over the opponents.
“Mac will be very much missed by his family and all that knew him.”
Investigations into the circumstances of the collision are ongoing.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Serious Collisions Investigation Unit on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.