Cyclist might hold vital information about Godmanchester fatal crash
A CYCLIST may hold key information to a fatal accident near Godmanchester.
Scott Clark, of Love’s Farm, St Neots, was killed in a crash with a tractor on Offord Road, between the Offords and Godmanchester, at 1.55pm on June 13.
The 23-year-old was driving a blue Vauxhall Corsa.
The driver of the tractor, a 58-year-old man, was not injured.
Officers want to trace a cyclist and two women who might have vital information in connection with the crash.
PC Theron Pearman said: “I’m keen to trace this cyclist as several other witnesses remember seeing him at the scene but leaving before we could speak to him.
“I would stress he is not in any way at fault for the collision but is likely to have seen what happened.
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“I would also appeal to two women who were at the scene to get in touch as we have not been able to make contact with them since the incident.”
INFORMATION: If you were the cyclist who witnessed the collision, or know who he is, call PC Pearman at the Roads Policing Unit on 101.