Man bailed after crash horror arrest
A man has been bailed by police investigating a collision which left a Hadleigh man fighting for his life.
A MAN has been bailed after police questioned him in relation to a road accident which left a Suffolk man critically injured.
Chris Corder was delivering church magazines in Benton Street, Hadleigh, when he was in collision with a car on September 27.
The 42-year-old, who has lived in Hadleigh all his life, is fighting for his life in the Royal London Hospital.
Yesterday Suffolk Police arrested a man from London on suspicion of dangerous driving, failing to stop at the scene of an injury road traffic collision and attempting to pervert the course of justice,
The arrested man, who is 42 and from London, has been released without charge on police bail pending further enquiries and must report to officers at Bury St Edmunds Police Station on November 6.
Police also seized a Daimler car in connection with the investigation.
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Mr Corder was described as being “devoted” to helping his family which includes parents Maureen and Jeremy and three sisters, and his church, St Mary's in Hadleigh.
The Very Rev Martin Thrower told the EADT after the accident that everyone was “waiting and praying” as Mr Corder remained in hospital.