Death crash driver named
Police have today named a man who died following a road traffic collision a west Suffolk village.
Police have today named a man who died following a road traffic collision in a west Suffolk village.
Officers were called to Front Street in Ousden, near Newmarket, at 7.15pm on Sunday after a blue Ford Ranger left the road outside a farm and collided with bushes and a tree.
The ambulance and fire services were also sent and a man was freed from the pick-up truck and taken to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds where he later died.
He was today named as 23-year-old Thomas Carr from Dalham.
A police spokeswoman said: “An investigation into the crash is underway, and officers want to speak to anyone who may have seen the truck prior to the collision or witnessed the collision itself.”
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Anybody with information should contact Pc Daniel Ormes at the serious collision investigation team at police headquarters on
An inquest into his death will be opened and adjourned later today at the Coroner's Office in Bury.