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Brandon/Santon Downham: Family pay tributes to Jonathan Wojtasz after fatal Thetford Forest car crash

PUBLISHED: 16:23 07 April 2014 | UPDATED: 16:23 07 April 2014

Jonathan Wojtasz

Jonathan Wojtasz

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The parents of a motorist who died in a car crash in Thetford Forest have paid tribute to their youngest son who “was loved by his family and many friends”.

Jonathan Wojtasz, a 28-year-old Brandon man, died on Friday when his car hit a tree on the B1107 at Santon Downham near Brandon.

Mr Wojtasz’s family, in a statement released by Suffolk Constabulary, said: “Jon was loved by his family and many friends.

“We thank everyone for their kind words and support after losing our youngest son so suddenly.

“He will be deeply missed by all.

A rapid response team, an ambulance and a paramedic attended to Mr Wojtasz after his blue Ford Fiesta Ghia crashed at around 1.30pm, however he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Mr Wojtasz was the 13th person to die this year on Suffolk’s roads.

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