Man dies in A140 crash at Stuston

A 62-year-old man has died and another remains in a critical condition following a crash involving three vehicles on the A140 in Suffolk.

Allan Kerrigan, from Wymondham, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident near Stuston on Friday.

A 23-year-old from Diss, who was driving a BMW, was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital with serious injuries, said police.

The driver of the lorry was treated for shock. Police appealed for witnesses.

Mr Kerrigan, who lived at Edwin Close, was driving a Toyota Corolla when the accident happened at about 16:30 GMT.

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