Bail extended for man arrested over fatal A14 crash
- Credit: Victoria Pertusa
A man arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving following a fatal crash on the A14 has been rebailed by police.
The two-vehicle collision happened on the westbound carriageway at Coddenham on Friday, April 2.
Police were called to the scene of the crash, between a lorry and a car, at about 4.50am.
While the driver of the lorry was unhurt, a male passenger in the car died at the scene and another car passenger suffered minor injuries.
The male driver of the car, who also sustained minor injuries, was arrested and taken to Bury St Edmunds police investigation centre, where he was later released on bail until April 26.
Police have confirmed that an extension for bail has been granted through to July.
A spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary said enquiries were ongoing, and that officers were still keen to hear from witnesses or anyone who saw the vehicles prior to the collision.
- 1 Road near Ipswich town centre closed after crash involving motorcyclist
- 2 New independent baby shop opens in Ipswich
- 3 Man used drawstring from JD Sports bag to drag woman to the ground
- 4 'Fresh and timeless' Greek cuisine comes to Ipswich
- 5 When will bins be collected in Ipswich this Bank Holiday weekend?
- 6 Jailed in Suffolk: The criminals put behind bars this week
- 7 Revealed: The most popular Suffolk fish and chip shop
- 8 See inside Ipswich home with stunning views of the town from own turret
- 9 Village suffers power cut for 7 hours after vehicle hits electricity pole
- 10 Driver caught doing 64mph in 40mph section of A12
Call 101, quoting 37/16287/21.