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Man who died in A6003 crash named as Kendrew Barracks resident

Road and traffic news.
Road and traffic news.

The man who died in a crash on the A6003 in Rutland this week has been named as Warren Carter, 24, of Kendrew Barracks in Cottesmore.

Mr Carter was driving a white Vauxhall Corsa when it collided with a lorry near Gunthorpe at about 5.20am on Wednesday (December 9). Sadly he suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Four other men sustained serious injuries and they all remain in hospital. One of those injured men is critical but stable and the other three are stable.

Mr Carter lived in Caldecote in Cambridgeshire before moving to Kendrew Barracks.

The car was travelling from Uppingham towards Oakham when it was involved in a collision with the lorry. Police would like to speak to anyone who was travelling along the A6003 during the early hours of December 9 who may have seen the crash either vehicle being driven beforehand.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact DC 3101837 George Dodson on 101.

If you knew Mr Carter and would like to pay tribute to him, please e-mail the newsdesk or call 01780 758951.


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