Inquest into death of man who died in crash between 4x4 and lorry adjourned
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An inquest into the death of a man who was killed in a crash has been postponed.
Luke Ware, 29, was killed when the 4x4 vehicle he was driving crashed with a heavy goods vehicle in Foulden Road, Diddlington, on November 9, 2018.
The plumber from Foulden and father-of-two was pronounced dead at the scene less than half an hour after the crash with Grigore Anton’s Scania lorry.
In March, Grigore was found not guilty of causing death by dangerous driving, but guilty of an offence of causing death by careless driving.
He is yet to be sentenced.
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On Wednesday, area coroner Yvonne Blake told Norfolk Coroner’s Court, in Norwich, that the inquest would be adjourned until May 10.
She said it was unlikely to be continued because of the conviction.
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