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Wymondham/Stuston: Driver killed in A140 crash named as Allan Kerrigan

PUBLISHED: 10:44 09 February 2014 | UPDATED: 10:44 09 February 2014

Scene of the fatal crash outside Crabtree Farm on the A140 at Stuston. Photo: Bill Smith

Scene of the fatal crash outside Crabtree Farm on the A140 at Stuston. Photo: Bill Smith

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A man who died following a three-vehicle collision on the A140 near Stuston on Friday afternoon has been named.

Allan Kerrigan, from Edwin Close in Wymondham, died after the Toyota Corolla he was driving was involved in the collision with a lorry and a BMW around 4.30pm on Friday, 7 February. He was 62.

A 23-year-old man in the BMW car was taken to Addenbrookes Hospital, where he remains in a critical condition. A third man – the driver of the lorry – was treated for shock.

Police are continuing to ask anyone who saw the collision, or any of the vehicles involved in the moments prior to the crash, to call PC Allie Cotton at the Serious Collision Investigation Team at Suffolk Police by dialling 101.

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