The family of a beloved father who died after he was struck by two vehicles have issued a heartfelt tribute to him. 

Carl Hind, 50, from the Stocksfield area of Northumberland, died on the A69 at Haltwhistle, between the junction with the B6322 and Melkridge earlier this month.

Emergency services were called to reports of an injured pedestrian just before midnight on Sunday, May 5, but Carl was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Northern Echo: Carl Hind, 50, from the Stocksfield area, tragically died after being involved in a collision withPaying tribute, Carl’s family said: “Carl's tragic death has left a deep void in the lives of many.

“He was a beloved partner, father, son, brother, uncle and friend.

“He will be profoundly missed by all who knew him.”

An investigation is underway to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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Sergeant Andy McNally, of Northumbria Police, said: “Our thoughts remain with Carl’s family and friends at this extremely difficult time.

“A thorough investigation has been underway since this tragedy to establish what happened.

“As part of this, we continue to appeal to anyone who may have information and was in the area at the time to come forward.

“This includes anyone who may have dashcam footage from the area in the moments leading up to the collision.”

Anyone with information or footage should get in touch using the ‘Report’ page of the Northumbria Police website or by calling 101, quoting log number: NP-20240505-1250.