Driver in fatal crash near St Neots named

09:08 25 March 2014

The driver in a fatal crash on the Great Staughton Road has been named as 21-year-old Ryan Stringer.

The driver in a fatal crash on the Great Staughton Road has been named as 21-year-old Ryan Stringer.


The driver who was killed after crashing into a ditch near St Neots has been named.

Ryan Stringer, 21, was travelling in a Seat Ibiza on the Great Staughton Road between Great Staughton and Pertenhall when the accident happened at 6.50am on March 13.

Emergency Services arrived quickly afterwards but he was pronounced dead at the roadside.

Anyone with information should contact Bedfordshire Police roads policing officer Pc Andy Ralph on on 01438 757500 or email Alternatively, call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

More news stories

Yesterday, 17:20
Reggie and Bollie

People in St Neots are getting behind X-Factor duo Reggie and Bollie.

Yesterday, 12:44
The cast of Snow White outside the Commemoration Hall

Pantomime season is almost upon us and we have a family ticket to give away for KD Theatre Productions’ Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Commemoration Hall in Huntingdon.

Yesterday, 10:00
Barry Farrugia

A St Neots father-of-three whose family was torn apart by a health scandal which claimed thousands of lives has called on the government to deliver its pre-election promise to make amends for years of suffering.

Fri, 16:01
£33k milestone for the Woodlands Centre, (l-r) volunteers Sheena Wilkinson, Liz Hardy, Miranda Knell, Di Pooley-Coles, Kathy Rogers, Marie Shepperson,

The Macmillan Cancer Support fund-raising committee in Huntingdon is celebrating after reaching an important milestone.

The North Pole Cambridge Christmas Festival is back in style throughout the festive season. This annual icy extravaganza is centred around a stunning 600m open-air ice rink, great for a fun filled day out with family & friends.

Read more

Most read stories

Most commented stories

Digital Edition

Read the Hunts Post e-edition E-edition