Caxton karting victim named
A TEENAGER who died when her scarf got caught in a go-kart and strangled her has been named by police. Eighteen-year-old Suzanne Cornwell of Limes Road, Hardwick, was involved in a karting incident on Thursday evening (December 10). Police were called to
A TEENAGER who died when her scarf got caught in a go-kart and strangled her has been named by police.
Eighteen-year-old Suzanne Cornwell of Limes Road, Hardwick, was involved in a karting incident on Thursday evening (December 10).
Police were called to the Cambridgeshire Raceway indoor karting circuit in Royston Road, Caxton, at about 9.40pm.
Suzanne is believed to have been one of a group of people invited to the track by a member of staff after hours.
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She suffered a severe injury to her neck and was taken to Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge but died the next day.
A post mortem examination is due to take place on Monday afternoon (December 14). Cambridgeshire police are working with South Cambridgeshire District Council to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.
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The track has been temporarily closed.