Man killed in three-vehicle crash on A120 at Harwich named by police
A man who died after a three-vehicle collision on the A120 at Harwich has been named as 23-year-old Aironas Gzimaila.
Officers were called to the scene on Tinker Street at around 8.50pm on Tuesday, March 27 after reports that two vehicles had been involved in a head on collision.
Mr Gzimaila, who was driving a Ford Fiesta, was pronounced dead at the scene. His family have asked for privacy at this time.
After the collision, the A120 was closed in both directions by the Highways Agency between the B1035 at Horsely Cross and the B1352 at Ramsey.
A man driving a Vauxhall Corsa, which was involved in the collision with the Fiesta, was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
A Toyota Rav 4 also collided with debris as it went through the crash scene.
No further injuries were reported.
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A spokesperson for Essex police said: “We are in a position to identify a man who died following a road traffic collision on the A120 in Harwich on Tuesday, March 27.
“Officers were called to Tinker Street at around 8.50pm, with reports that two vehicles had been involved in a head on collision.
“Very sadly, a man in his 20s from Harwich who had been driving a Ford Fiesta was pronounced dead at the scene.
“He has been identified as Aironas Gzimaila, aged 23, of Harwich
“His family have asked for privacy at this sad time.”