A140 crash mum home
A140 crash victim, Kathy Sparkes, has been discharged from Ipswich Hospital.Mother of three Mrs Sparkes was last week fighting for her life after her car collided with a lorry and ploughed into a pub.
A140 crash victim, Kathy Sparkes, has been discharged from Ipswich Hospital.
Mother of three Mrs Sparkes was last week fighting for her life after her car collided with a lorry and ploughed into a pub.
The 36-year-old was driving to her Wyverstone home in Church Road at around 7am from her job as a nurse when the accident happened at Stoke Ash crossroads near Eye.
Norwich man Tony Cassidy, 47, who was involved in another accident at the spot six days later is in a stable condition at Ipswich hospital. His Ford Granada car was in collision with a horse box just a few hundred yards from the place where Mrs Sparkes was injured.
His passenger, teenager Tony Slattery, was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital and is today still in a critical condition.
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