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26 February 2013, 06:00 | Updated: 26 February 2013, 09:33
Police investigating a crash that left one woman dead on Valentines Day are asking for two key witnesses to come forward.
Police are renewing their appeal to trace the driver of a lorry who may have witnessed the collision on the A47.
Kim Utting died in the collision at Dereham on the morning of Thursday 14 February 2013. She was the passenger in a green Peugeot 406 travelling eastbound which was in collision with a red Skoda Felicia traveling westbound. The male driver of the Skoda was seriously hurt and remains in hospital where his condition is improving.
Steve Matthews of the Serious Collision Investigation Team said: “I am still trying to trace the driver of a lorry which was driving towards Norwich eastbound. The lorry had a white cab and what appeared to be something reflective tied to its offside wing mirror. Its flatbed semi-trailer was unladen and it failed to stop at the scene. The driver may have important information about the collision and I would urge them to get in contact as soon as possible.”
Officers would also still like to speak to the driver of a small black Peugeot hatchback car which was seen driving erratically towards Norwich and overtook the green Peugeot and the lorry.
Anyone with information on these vehicles should contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.