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Appeal following fatal collision on A47 at Swaffham

Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal RTC on the A47 at Swaffham yesterday (Sunday 3 November).

Officers were called at 8.05pm to reports of a collision between three cars – a Kia Rio, a Fiat Doblo and a Mercedes Vito – approximately half a mile from the junction with Norwich Road.

The driver of the Kia, a man aged in his late teens, was taken to hospital but sadly died this morning (Monday 4 November).

The driver of the Fiat was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital with serious arm injuries.

Anyone who may have witnessed the collision, has dash-cam footage, or may have witnessed the manner of driving of any of the vehicles prior to the collision, should contact PC Michael Stolworthy at the Swaffham Roads and Armed Police Ream on 101 quoting CAD reference 375 of Sunday 3 November or via email [email protected]

 

Family pays tribute to teenager who died in Swaffham collision

Bradley Smith

The family of Bradley Smith, aged 18 and from Norwich, who died following a collision on the A47 at Swaffham on Sunday 3 November, have issued the following tribute.

“Bradley was a wonderful, loving son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend. He was one of Norfolk's most talented young badminton players who had recently been selected for the Norfolk Senior County Second Team. He will be greatly missed by everyone, who had the pleasure of knowing him, due to his kind, caring and funny personality.”