Update Trimley: Police name man killed in A14 crash which left baby seriously injured
POLICE officers have today named a man killed in a crash on the A14 near Trimley, which left a baby seriously injured.
Akmal Ullah, of Holland Road in Felixstowe, was killed when a green BMW lost control and overturned at around 4.30am on the Felixstowe-bound carriageway.
An 18-month baby girl was taken to Ipswich Hospital before medics transferred her to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge where she is in a serious but stable condition.
It is understood the BMW was the only vehicle involved in the crash and that Mr Ullah, 49, and the infant were the only occupants of the car.
Police and two ambulances were sent to the scene. However, a spokesman for Suffolk Constabulary has said the man died at the scene before being taken to hospital.
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A stretch of the A14 between the Seven Hills junction and the turn-off for Trimley villages was sealed off this morning until just before 9am.
An inquiry, headed by Suffolk Constabulary’s serious collision investigation team, has now begun to determined the cause of the fatal crash.
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Mr Ullah’s family have been informed and an inquest will open in due course.
Anyone who witnessed the incident, or thinks they may have seen the BMW shortly before the accident, is asked to telephone Pc Danny Ormes at Suffolk police headquarters on 01473 613500.
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