UPDATE: Four-vehicle A505 crash victim named
A MAN who died after a four-vehicle collision on the A505 has been named.
Steven Stamford, of Elm Tree Drive, Bassingbourn, died after the silver Smart Car he was driving was involved in a collision with a brown Ford Focus, white Isuzu Easyshift truck and a blue DAF lorry.
The collision happened close to the junction with the A10 at 7.24am on Thursday.
An inquest into the 37-year-old’s death was opened and adjourned on Friday.
PC Theron Pearman, investigating, said: “I would appeal to anyone who saw the collision or any of the vehicles prior to the incident to call police.”
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Anyone with any information should call PC Pearman on 0345 4564564.
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