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Newmarket – Men named after fatal road collision

Police are now able to name two men who died in a road traffic collision in Newmarket.

Police were called just before 2.50am on Tuesday 3 September, to reports that a vehicle had been discovered in a ditch on Dullingham Road, near to the railway line.

On arrival, officers found that the vehicle – a purple Volvo S40 – appeared to have collided with a tree and was sitting almost vertically in the ditch.

Two men were sadly found deceased inside the vehicle.

Pending formal Coroner’s inquest proceedings, the deceased have been identified as Harry Fussey, 19, from Newmarket and Louis Cope-Cornell, 22, from Newmarket.

Any witnesses, or anyone who believes they may have seen a car matching the description above driving in the Newmarket area on Tuesday 3 September, should contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit by quoting CAD 36 of 3 September.

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Previous release | 3 September 2019

Two people have died following a road traffic collision in Newmarket.

Police were called just before 2.50am this morning, Tuesday 3 September, to reports that a vehicle had been discovered in a ditch on Dullingham Road, near to the railway line.

On arrival, officers found that the vehicle – a purple Volvo S40 – appeared to have collided with a tree and was sitting almost vertically in the ditch.

Two men were sadly found deceased inside the vehicle. Their next of kin have been informed.

Fire and ambulance crews were also in attendance and the road remains closed whilst a collision investigation takes place.

Any witnesses, or anyone who believes they may have seen a car matching the description above driving in the Newmarket area either last night, or in the early hours of this morning, is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101, quoting CAD 36 of 3 September.