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Barningham: 56-year-old man killed in collision named as Paul Bruce from Barningham

15:26 13 March 2014

Paul Bruce was killed when struck by a van

Paul Bruce was killed when struck by a van

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A man who died following a collision in Barningham last night, Wednesday, March 12, has been named by police.


Police were called shortly before 8pm by the ambulance service who were at the scene of a collision between a pedestrian and a Vauxhall van on the B1111 in Barningham near the junction with Chare Road.

A male pedestrian, Paul Bruce, 56, from Barningham had been hit by the vehicle and died at the scene.

The road was closed off whilst the incident was dealt with and officers commenced a collision investigation.

Any witnesses to the incident are asked to contact Pc Dean Webb at the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.



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