The family of a 33-year-old man who died in a crash in Banbury have described him as "the most amazing dad and partner" and "friend to so many people".

Lee Diamond was killed when his car hit the roundabout at Warwick Road and Orchard Way at around 1.40am on Saturday, January 20.

Mr Diamond sustained a severe head injury and died at the scene.

In a tribute, his family said: “Our Lee. The tragedy still doesn't feel real.

Oxford Mail: Orchard Way roundabout in Banbury

“You were the most amazing dad, partner, uncle, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend to so many people.

“You've touched so many lives in your 33 years with us all.

“Our lives will never be the same again but we can take comfort knowing you're back in the arms of your Mum watching over us with pride.

"Make sure you tear up the sky for us always.

“Love you loads, Forever Our Lee xxxx.”

Thames Valley Police said Mr Diamond was driving east on Orchard Way when he was unable to negotiate the roundabout junction at Warwick Road.

His blue Subaru Impreza hit the centre island of the road before overoverturning and landing back on its wheels on the opposite side of the roundabout.

Investigating officer PC Ruan Brink of the Joint Operations Roads Policing Unit appealed for witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage to contact police.