Police name woman, 33, killed in A1071 crash tragedy
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A woman who died in a crash on the A1071 at Hintlesham has been named as 33-year-old Daniella Milburn, from Hadleigh.
The crash happened around 5.35pm on Monday, March 29 and involved a motorcycle and three cars.
Officers later confirmed that Ms Milburn, who was the motorcyclist, died at the scene.
Road closures were in put in place while an investigation was carried out but the closures were lifted earlier this morning.
Officers say they would now like to speak with anyone who may have witnessed the manner of driving of the vehicles involved shortly before the incident.
Hadleigh Town Mayor Franks Minns said the accident was tragic and that he sends his sympathies to Daniella's family.
He added: "To hear of any death is particularly tragic for someone who lives in Hadleigh, and this is someone who is in prime of life and I think on behalf of the whole town I can only offer my sincerest sympathy and condolences to Daniella's family and relatives.
"I hope that the knowledge that the whole town sympathises with them will offer them some comfort in this terrible time for them all."
Anyone with any information or anyone driving along the road prior to the collision with a dash-cam, is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101, quoting reference CAD 288 of March 29.
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