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Two Drivers Die On Suffolk Roads
Two men have been killed in separate collisions on the roads in Suffolk.
The first happened yesterday (Saturday 23rd August) on the B1375 Parkhill in Oulton.
The driver, a 25 year old man, appears to have lost control of the vehicle just before 8:30am.
The car flipped and he died at the scene.
Less than 10 hours later there was another collision on the B1078 at Letheringham, near Woodbridge.
A Ford Fiesta car had left the road, collided with a fence and ended up in a field.
The male driver, who was the only occupant, died at the scene.
Police are appealing for witnesses to either of the collisions to contact them.
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