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Hadleigh: Police name man killed in two-vehicle crash

17:47 09 November 2012

Police direct traffic off the A1071 at the junction with Aldham Mill Hill at Hadleigh after a collision between a lorry and a car back towards Ipswich.

Police direct traffic off the A1071 at the junction with Aldham Mill Hill at Hadleigh after a collision between a lorry and a car back towards Ipswich.


POLICE have named the man who died following a crash between a car and a refuse truck.


Emergency services were called to the A1071 just before the industrial estate in Hadleigh at 1.30pm yesterday.

The crash involved a refuse truck and a Vauxhall Corsa.

Aubrey, Barber, 88, from Elmsett, who was driving the Corsa, was taken to Ipswich Hospital where he later died.

Witnesses should call Pc Allie Cotton at the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.



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