Dutch lorry driver killed in A14 crash near Fenstanton is named
A LORRY driver who was killed when his vehicle overturned on the A14 on Friday afternoon has been named.
Jan Vermeulen, of Bodegraven, Holland, died after the crash on the eastbound carriageway between Fenstanton and Swavesey at 4.21pm.
Fire crews from Cambridge and Huntingdon released the 70-year-old driver from the cab and helped ambulance crews provide first aid but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The A14 was closed for 12 hours between Godmanchester and Swavesey for recovery of the vehicle
Police have launched an appeal for witnesses who saw the lorry before the crash.
INFORMATION: Anyone with information should call Sergeant Chris Huggins on 101.
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