Cause of Ramsey man’s death remains ‘unascertained’ pending further tests
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Further tests are needed to determine what caused the death of a man whose car left the road and ended up in a field near Hemingford Grey.
Luke Richard Kuliczkowski, 36, of Queen Mary Close, Ramsey, was discovered by emergency services in his red Vauxhall Tigra, which had ended up on its roof in a field off Cambridge Road, on October 4.
An inquest into his death was opened in Huntingdon last week, with his cause of death listed as “unascertained pending histology and toxicology testing”.
The inquest was subsequently adjourned and will reopen on March 3, next year.
Paying tribute to the 36-year-old shortly after his death, his family released a statement saying: “Luke was a loving son, brother and father and partner of Carys. We are deeply saddened and shocked by our sudden and tragic loss.”