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Carlton: Family issue tribute to Adrian Klein, 39, who was killed in a crash last week

PUBLISHED: 16:44 03 April 2014 | UPDATED: 16:45 03 April 2014

Adrian Klein, who was killed in a crash in Carlton last week

Adrian Klein, who was killed in a crash in Carlton last week

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The family of a man killed when his motorcycle was involved in a collision last week have paid tribute to him.

Adrian Klein, 39, from Yoxford was killed after a crash on the A12 at Carlton on Wednesday, March 26.

He was the only son of Karl and the late Rachel Klein and leaves behind two daughters, Rachel aged 12 and Beth aged 11, as well as his girlfriend Charlotte.

Adrian worked for Skanska for the last eight years and was travelling home from work when the crash took place.

His family said: “Adrian had a love of the outdoors and had a passion for motorbikes and cars. He will be sadly missed by all his family and friends.”

Adrian’s funeral will take place at 11am on Thursday, April 10 at St Peter’s Church in Yoxford.

Two women, aged 21 and 43, were arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving after the accident.

A man, 44, was held on suspicion of causing death by careless driving while under the influence of drink or drugs.

All three, from the Saxmundham area, have been released on police bail until 7 May.

The chairman of a Suffolk racial equality charity says they are receiving more reports from parents about prejudice in schools than ever before.

A road accident near to a busy junction in Ipswich during rush hour is expected to cause severe delays this morning, with drivers advised to avoid the area.

Children in Suffolk and Essex are increasingly being exposed to the “devastating” effects of domestic violence, charities have warned.

A man has been charged following a spate of burglaries in Colchester, some of which were alleged to have involved weapons.

The newest versions of the iPhone, the 8 and 8 plus, are expected not to attract the traditional queues outside Apple’s flagship retail stores when they go on sale in the UK for the first time today.

A neighing horse, singing bird and marching band are among quintessentially Suffolk sounds captured in winning entries submitted for a new photography competition.

Rail services in Suffolk and Essex are continuing to face disruption this morning following an incident on the mainline yesterday in which a person was killed after being hit by a train.

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