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Tribute to ‘devoted family man’ Liam Jolly from Moreton Hall




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The family of 42-year-old Liam Jolly from Moreton Hall, who died following a crash on the A143 in Great Barton earlier this month, have paid tribute to the ‘devoted family man’.

Police were called at 11.50am on Sunday June 7, to reports of a collision between a Range Rover and a motorcycle in Great Barton. Mr Jolly, who had been riding the motorbike, sadly died at the scene.

Today, Mr Jolly’s wife has issued a tribute on behalf of the family.

It reads: “Liam was the kindest, most thoughtful, loving and devoted husband and stepfather anyone could wish for.

“He was my best friend, my soul mate and my absolute life.

“His passions in life were cooking and he loved his motorbike, but above anything else he was a devoted family man.

“My world has fallen apart and I can’t begin to imagine my life without him.

“If anyone knows anything or has any piece of information however small please come forward.

“This has completely destroyed myself and my family.”

Police are continuing efforts to trace the driver of a blue Vauxhall, thought to be a Corsa, who may be able to assist with their enquiries.

It is believed that this car may have been overtaken by the motorbike prior to the collision.

Anyone who witnessed the incident, or who believes they may have seen any of the vehicles prior to it, is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101 quoting reference CAD 182 of 7/6.



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