A man has died following a crash in Long Melford.
Man And Woman Who Died In Crash Named
Police have named a man and a woman who died after a road traffic collision on the B1127 at Hulver on the evening of Friday 18th February.
Emergency services were called at around 6:50pm to reports of a three-vehicle collision involving a single-decker Anglian bus, a silver Hyundai Accent and a parked and unattended silver Renault Trafic minibus. A male front seat passenger in the Hyundai and a woman back seat passenger in the same vehicle died on scene. Police have named them as 43-year-old Steven Ray from Bungay and 65-year-old Patricia Harcourt from Great Yarmouth.
A second man, who is in his sixties, was driving the Hyundai. He was taken to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital with chest injuries where he remains in a serious but stable condition.
The road was closed while collision investigators carried out their enquiries and diversions were put in place. The road reopened at around 12:40am on the morning of Saturday 19 February.
Any witnesses to the collision are asked to call Pc Allie Cotton at the Serious Collision Investigation Team at the Police Headquarters on 01473 613500.
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