Tribute paid to road crash victim
TRIBUTE has been paid to a Suffolk man who died in a road accident yesterday.David Berry, 48, of High Road, Trimley, died following a road traffic collision near Felixstowe yesterday.
TRIBUTE has been paid to a Suffolk man who died in a road accident yesterday.
David Berry, 48, of High Road, Trimley, died following a road traffic collision near Felixstowe yesterday.
His long-term partner Ursula and David's family, including his four brothers, and many friends have said an enormous hole has been left in their lives.
A statement read: “His life centred around his passion for classic motorcycles.
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“He was a well-respected and acknowledged expert in the field and over the years he restored and rode numerous classic and rare machines, winning many awards.
“Life was never dull with David and his unique sense of humour.”
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A 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving in connection with the collision which occurred around 8.40am on Kirton Road, Trimley, about 400 metres from the A14 interchange.
He has now been bailed to return to Felixstowe Police Station on December 13.
Police are continuing to appeal for any witnesses to the collision to call Pc Jeremy Abigail at the road policing unit on 01473 613500.