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Buxhall: Man found in snow died of natural causes

16:54 18 January 2013

Police close investigation

Police close investigation


THE death of a man who collapsed while apparently clearing his driveway of snow was due to natural causes, police have said.


Graham Clark, 73, was found lying in Brettenham Road, Buxhall near Stowmarket, at about 3.40pm on Tuesday.

A passer-by called 999 after finding Mr Clark with serious head injuries.

Ambulance staff arrived and tried to save him but he died at the scene.

A post-mortem examination held today, Friday 18 January found that Mr Clark’s death was as a result of natural causes.

As a result there will be no further police enquiries.

Friends and neighbours of Mr Clark have described him as having a “heart of gold.”

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