M11 crash victim named as 45-year-old Paul Fallowes from Haddenham
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A man from Haddenham who was seriously injured in a collision on the M11 on has died.
Paul Fallowes, 45, of Duck Lane in Haddenham died in hospital on Saturday (December 5). The HGV he was driving collided with another HGV near Madingley on December 1.
He was originally from Ware in Hertfordshire and leaves behind a mother, brother, sister, a son, two stepsons, a stepdaughter and a granddaughter aged four weeks.
His hobbies were spending time with his family and he was an avid West Ham fan.
In a statement his family said: “Paul’s death is a tragedy and a massive loss. It will leave a huge hole in all of our lives.
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“Paul was an amazing, dedicated, thoughtful family man. He always had time for others and was always there for everyone with a cheeky smile and a bear hug. He was totally committed to his family.
“He recently became a very proud grandfather and had a close relationship with his son Curtis and his granddaughter Eloise. He thought of stepdaughter Pennie and stepsons Patch and Maxwell as his own and was a real dad to them all.”
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His partner Wanda said she was devastated by Paul’s death and describes him as her “rock.”