Leiston crash driver had 'heart attack'

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A driver who died in a crash in Suffolk could have suffered a heart attack, police have said.

A lorry and car collided on Saxmundham Road in Leiston shortly after 1115 GMT on Tuesday.

It is believed the driver of the car suffered a medical problem, possibly a heart attack, and hit the lorry at low speed, a police spokeswoman said.

The man has not yet been identified so further details have not been released, the spokeswoman added.

The road was closed while investigations took place and was re-opened at 1430 GMT.

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