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Brome: Woman who died following A140 collision is named as Jessica Winterborn

PUBLISHED: 16:48 29 November 2012 | UPDATED: 07:24 30 November 2012

Police have named the woman killed in the A140 crash

Police have named the woman killed in the A140 crash

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POLICE have named the woman who died in a two-vehicle collision on the A140 in Brome on Tuesday.

Jessica Winterborn, 24, of Harleston, Norfolk, was taken to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital with serious injuries but died yesterday.

The emergency services were called to the scene of the collision at around 4.15pm on Tuesday November 27, following a report that a Peugeot 306 car and a Mercedes LGV had been in collision on the A140 at Brome, near to the junction of the B1077.

The male lorry driver was uninjured.

A section of the road was closed whilst emergency services dealt with the incident and the vehicles were recovered.

Police are renewing their appeal for witnesses and would like to hear from anyone who was travelling along the A140 who saw the vehicles involved.

Call police on 101.

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