Chartham lorry driver Paul Luckhurst admits causing Keith Hall's death in horror crash at A2 near Patrixbourne
Keith Hall was killed in a lorry crash on the A2
A trucker has admitted causing the death of another motorist by careless driving on the A2 near Patrixbourne.
A Scania tipper truck driven by Paul Luckhurst, 41, of Highland Road, Chartham, crashed into a classic car that had broken down.
Keith Hall, the 44-year-old driver of the MGB GT, was standing outside the vehicle inspecting the engine.
Mr Hall, from Whitfield, near Dover, died at the scene of the collision beside the London-bound carriageway on the afternoon of April 17.
Speaking at the time of his death, his wife Paula said: "Keith was a good husband to me and a special Dad to our two much-loved children that he adored.
"He will be greatly missed by us, his family and his friends.
"He touched the lives of so many people and will hopefully be remembered as a kind, generous, football mad man, who would do anything for you."
Luckhurst pleaded guilty to the offence at Canterbury Crown Court, where he will be sentenced on Friday, November 22.
Scene of the fatal crash on the A2 near Patrixbourne
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