Police name two men who died in fatal car crash near railway line
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Officers have revealed the name of the two men who died after a crash in Newmarket.
A purple Volvo S40 was found on Dullingham Road, near to the railway line at 2.50am on Tuesday, September 3.
Suffolk police said that the car had appeared to collide with a tree before ending up almost vertical in a ditch.
On arrival police found two men in the car, who were already dead.
Harry Fussey, 19 and Louis Cope-Cornell, 22 ,both from Newmarket, have been identified as the two occupants of the car, pending formal coroner's inquest proceedings.
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A spokesman for Suffolk police said: "Any witnesses, or anyone who believes they may have seen a car matching the description above driving in the Newmarket area on Tuesday, September 3, should contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit by quoting CAD 36 of 3 September."
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