Lidgate/Felixstowe: Post-mortem examination inconclusive for man who died close to roadworks

A man has died following an incident in the village of Lidgate.
 
Police were called by the Ambulance service at approximately 10.30am this morning, Tuesday 13 May with a report that a man had collapsed on the B1063 near to a section where road works were taking place. A man has died following an incident in the village of Lidgate. Police were called by the Ambulance service at approximately 10.30am this morning, Tuesday 13 May with a report that a man had collapsed on the B1063 near to a section where road works were taking place.

Monday, May 19, 2014
2:47 PM

The post-mortem examination of a man in his 30s from Felixstowe who died close to roadworks has come back as inconclusive.

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The man from Felixstowe was killed in Lidgate, near Newmarket, on Tuesday morning, with conflicting reports about whether the man was hit by a car or whether he had collapsed.

A spokeswoman from Suffolk Constabulary said today that the post-mortem examination had come back as inconclusive, adding: “Further tests are needed to ascertain how he died.”

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