Last week, The Hunts Post spoke to Shirley and Tom Abblitt, the parents of Karen who died aged 20, some 28 years ago when her car went into the Forty Foot Drain, the very first time she drove it. Karen, from Ramsey, was driving her Austin Mini to March to meet her fiancé for an evening out on a Saturday night. Her parents, having lost their only child, have joined The Hunts Post campaign to make the road safer. This week, LOUISE HUGHES spoke to Karen's fiance, Neil Green. EVEN though life has moved on for Neil Green, he still avoids travelling along the Forty Foot, which claimed the life of his fiancé nearly 30 years ago. In May 1978, Karen Abblitt crashed into the five-metre deep drain while driving her new Austin Mini. Her father handed the keys over just hours before the tragic accident, and she was travelling along the Forty Food to visit Neil, who lived in March. Last week, her parents, Tom and Shirley, backed the safety campaign being run by The Hunts Post with its sister paper, The Cambs Times. We are calling for safety measures to be introduced along the notorious drainside road and now, Neil, who lives in West End, March, is in support.