UPDATE: Man killed in collision between van and lorry in Fordham is identified

15:54 03 January 2013

Station Road, Fordham

Station Road, Fordham

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POLICE have identified a man who died today in a collision in Station Road, Fordham.

Anthony Rowlands, 32, of Martin Close, Soham, was driving a white Ford Escort van which collided with a white Volvo lorry at 7.15am.

The lorry, which was carrying bales of straw, was being driven by a 32-year-old man from Barnstaple, Devon, who was uninjured.

The B1102 Station Road was closed between the A142 Market Street junction and the Toyse Lane junction following the collision, which happened at Chalk Farm.

A police spokesman said: “Police are investigating the collision and would like to hear from anyone who saw what happened or either vehicle just prior to the collision.”

CONTACT: Sgt Paul Tanner at the collision investigation unit on 101.

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