A14 death crash inquest opened
AN inquest into the death of a 43-year-old man killed in an accident on the A14 at Coddeham was today opened and adjourned.Paul Prowles, of Glebe Meadow, Earl Soham, was killed instantly when his Peugeot car was in collision with an HGV on the Ipswich-bound carriageway, near to the A140 sliproad at Coddenham.
AN inquest into the death of a 43-year-old man killed in an accident on the A14 at Coddeham was today opened and adjourned.
Paul Prowles, of Glebe Meadow, Earl Soham, was killed instantly when his Peugeot car was in collision with an HGV on the Ipswich-bound carriageway, near to the A140 sliproad at Coddenham.
The inquest into the death of father-of-three, who was actively involved in village life in Earl Soham, was opened at Ipswich Crown Court today.
He died on Tuesday.
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Also opened today was the inquest of 80-year-old former solicitor Douglas Ruberry, of Broomfield, near Woodbridge.
Mr Ruberry had been visiting his daughter, Jane, near Avignon, in France, when his Volvo car was in collision with another car. He died instantly in the crash.
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He was well-known among the Ipswich legal fraternity and was a partner at Prettys in the town for 37 years.
Both hearings only lasted a few minutes and were adjourned to enable the coroner to make further enquiries and prepare full reports.
A new date for the inquests has yet to be decided.
The inquest into the death of 12-year-old Tyne McCalla was due to be opened in Lowestoft.
The youngster, of Haylings Road, Leiston, was found dead in her bedroom on February 2.
A post mortem confirmed the former Leiston Middle School pupil died by hanging. She was found hanging with from her bed with a scarf around her neck.