Tribute to the beloved motorcyclist who died in an A27 collision

THE family of a man who died in an accident on the A27 has described how he brought “sunshine and laughter” to his family and friends.

Greg Moss, 35, was driving a blue Suzuki motorbike that was involved in a collision with a Scania truck on the A27 between Beddingham and Southerham roundabouts on Tuesday September 20.

The road was closed in both directions for several hours as police investigated the incident.

Mr Moss from Newhaven was unfortunately pronounced dead at the scene.

His family has now issued a statement in his memory.

The Argus: Greg MossGregor Moss

His parents said: “Our beloved son Greg Moss died in a traffic accident on Tuesday 20th September.

“He has brought so much sunshine and laughter to his family and many friends. Greg was the best son, brother and partner anyone could ask for.

“We couldn’t be prouder of him and his loss has left a huge hole in our lives that will never be filled.”

The Argus: man dies in A27 crash between motorcycle and truckMan dies in collision between motorcycle and truck on A27

Police are still appealing for witnesses or leads to come forward.

A 54-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing his death through careless driving but has since been released with no further police action.

Officers are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen the vehicles or come forward with dashcam footage of vehicles in the area at the time.

Information can be reported on the Sussex Police website on 101 or by email: quoting Operation Verve. Tribute to the beloved motorcyclist who died in an A27 collision

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