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Snape: Motorcyclist who died in collision named as Neil Moss, 50, from Pettistree

06:34 31 March 2014

The scene of the crash in Snape Road where a motorcyclist died

The scene of the crash in Snape Road where a motorcyclist died


Police have named the motorcyclist who died in a two-vehicle crash in Snape on Saturday.

Neil Moss, 50, from Pettistree in Suffolk, died following a collision between a black Ducati motorcycle and a green Honda Accord.

The incident took place in Snape Road, between Snape and Sudbourne, at around 1.20pm.

Police, paramedics and firefighters were sent to the scene but Mr Moss was pronounced dead at around 1.40pm.

The road was closed while a collision investigation took place and diversions were set up.

The road re-opened at just before 6pm.

Police are asking any witnesses to call 101.

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