Sutton: Family’s tribute to crash victim

THE family of a 20-year-old woman who was killed in a road accident have paid tribute to her.

THE family of a 20-year-old woman who was killed in a road accident have paid tribute to her.

Laureen Hammond, from Sutton, near Woodbridge, died at the scene of a three-car collison on the B1083 at Bromeswell, near Sutton Hoo, at about 9.40pm last night.

In a statement, her family said: “On the 3rd of February 2011, Laureen Jayne Marie Hammond, or Lollie as she liked to be called by her friends, was sadly involved in a fatal road traffic collision while on her way to work.

“Lollie, who worked for Glebe house in Hollesley, was a dedicated carer for the elderly. She was a bright caring girl who lived for her work and her family. We, as a family, are going to miss her humour and sparkle for life.


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The accident also involved a grey Fiat Stilo being driven by a 19-year-old man, from the Ipswich area, who suffered a fractured neck and was taken to Ipswich Hospital.

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A blue Vauxhall Astra was also involved in the accident.

A man suffered a fractured thumb and a woman leg and arm injuries.

The pair - thought to be in their 40s - were not understood to be seriously hurt.

Police sealed off the B1083 at the mini-roundabout near Wilford Bridge and the Suffolk police helicopter was scrambled to monitor the situation.

The road was closed until 4.50am.

The East of England Ambulance Service sent three ambulances and two rapid-response vehicles to the scene.

Firefighters from Woodbridge and Ipswich were also called and used specialist cutting equipment to release the casualties.

Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses following the collision and are asking anyone with any information to contact Sgt Bob Patterson at the Serious Collision Investigation Team at the Police Headquarters on 01473 613500.

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