Second A140 crash victim named
A YOUNG man who lost his life in a crash on the A140 has today been named as James Smy.Mr Smy, 21, of Low Road, Debenham, was pronounced dead at the scene on Sunday morning.
A YOUNG man who lost his life in a crash on the A140 has today been named as James Smy.
Mr Smy, 21, of Low Road, Debenham, was pronounced dead at the scene on Sunday morning.
As recently reported, the other person in the Vauxhall Tigra - 24-year-old Kirsty Cracknell of Roman Way, Stoke Ash - also died at the scene.
The accident happened when the Vauxhall was in collision with a blue Volkswagen, whose occupants suffered minor injuries, 200 yards north of Brockford Garage at about 3am.
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