Van driver may have crash vital clue
A BOX van seen waiting at the scene of a fatal accident on the A14 has today become part of a police search.Suffolk police have confirmed they are looking for the driver of the van after reports it was seen parked near the crash at Levington on last Tuesday .
A BOX van seen waiting at the scene of a fatal accident on the A14 has today become part of a police search.
Suffolk police have confirmed they are looking for the driver of the van after reports it was seen parked near the crash at Levington on last Tuesday .
Deborah Irwin, 28, of Glemham Drive, Rushmere St Andrew, died when the Fiat Bravo she was driving swerved through the central barrier and turned over, ending up on its roof.
The van is described as cream or white and police say it is possibly a Luton model.
It was seen stopped on the Ipswich-bound carriageway, at the end of the Levington slip road, shortly after the collision. It was the same carriageway as Deborah Irwin was driving on.
The van was seen for about 30 seconds to a minute after the crash but it then drove off. It is thought the vehicle had dark beige or brown writing on the side.
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Police need to trace the driver and are asking him or her to come forward. Officers would also like to hear from anyone who may have seen the van sitting at the end of the slip road.
Police investigating the collision are also still appealing for anyone who was on this stretch of the A14 to contact them.
Police say the road was busy but so far only a small number of witnesses have got in touch.
Anyone with information is asked to call Pc Ben Coombes at the roads policing unit on 01473 613500.