Driver, 19, killed after his Claas tractor in collision with flyover bridge on the A1 in Cambridgeshire

11:03 04 August 2014

A police officer at the scene of the crash at Alconbury. Picture: www.images-uk.com

A police officer at the scene of the crash at Alconbury. Picture: www.images-uk.com

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A 19 year-old man was killed after his tractor crashed into a flyover on the A1 in Cambridgeshire.

The man was driving a green Claas tractor when the collision and happened in Rusts Lane, at its junction with the B1043.

The driver, Harry Christian-Allan, 19, of Sandy Road, Everton, suffered fatal injuries after the tractor crashed into the A1 flyover bridge.

It happened at about 5.40pm on Friday.

Anyone who witnessed the collision or saw the tractor just prior are asked to contact the collision investigation unit on 101.

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