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Great Cornard: A 74-year-old woman who died after a collision in Head Lane named as Christine Ward.

PUBLISHED: 16:30 23 March 2014 | UPDATED: 20:06 23 March 2014

Flowers laid for Christine Ward in Head Lane

Flowers laid for Christine Ward in Head Lane

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Police have named a woman who died after being a collision with a car in Great Cornard on Friday evening.

Christine Ward, who was 74, was crossing Head Road when she was involved in the incident with a Honda around 6.55pm.

She was taken to West Suffolk Hospital but died en route.

Police are investigating the crash and are keen to hear from anyone who witnessed it.

Contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team at Suffolk police on 101 quoting CAD 380 of March 21.

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