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Santon Downham/Brandon: Man killed in B1107 car crash named as 28-year-old Jonathan Wojtasz

16:34 05 April 2014

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A man killed in a car crash in north-west Suffolk yesterday has been named by police.

Jonathan Wojtasz from Brandon died in the collision at Santon Downham yesterday afternoon.

The 28-year-old’s blue Ford Fiesta Ghia crashed on the B1107 at around 1.30pm. No other vehicles are believed to have been involved.

Police would like to hear from anyone who believes they may have witnessed the incident or seen the Fiesta prior to the collision.

Witnesses are asked to contact PC Jason Lambourne at the Serious Collision Investigation Team SCIT on 101.

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