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Buxhall: Man found in snow died of natural causes

16:54 18 January 2013

Police close investigation

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

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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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