A MAN has been arrested in connection with an accident which killed a mother of five in the New Forest.

Anna-Marie Greenhough, 32, of Flowerdown Close, Calmore was killed in the crash on the A326 Marchwood Bypass near Hythe.

A total of five people were injured when a silver Vauxhall Corsa left the carriageway around 4am on January 22.

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Now a man has been arrested in connection with the incident.

Officers said they spotted the wanted man while patrolling the West Totton area on Sunday.

A man arrested in connection with a fatal accident on Marchwood Bypass.

A 21-year-old homeless man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

He was taken to the custody room at Southampton Central Police Station for questioning.

He has just been released on bail until June 5.

Two people were seriously injured in the accident.

An inquest later heard how the vehicle collided with a tree and that Anne-Marie’s death was caused by “traumatic brain injury”.

Paying tribute to her, her family said: “Anna-Marie was a loving mother of five beautiful children, a daughter and a devoted sister.”

The full inquest is due to be heard on August 5.

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