A driver who died after two lorries collided in Rutland has been named by police.
Lee Eudale, 43, from Peterborough, was one of the lorry drivers involved in the incident in Little Casterton on Monday.
He was taken to hospital where he later died. The driver of the second lorry sustained minor injuries.
Police enquiries into the incident are continuing and officers are asking anyone who may have witnessed the collision or saw the lorries beforehand to call DC Kath Orr on 101.
Police investigating a collision between two HGVs in Rutland have named the lorry driver who was killed.
Lee Eudale, 43, from Peterborough, died in hospital after the accident which happened in Ryhall Road, Little Casterton, at the junction with Salters Lane, at around 3.40pm on Monday.
The driver of the second lorry sustained minor injuries.
Ryhall Road was closed for several hours for investigations after the accident.
Police are still appealing for witnesses to come forward.
A man has died after two lorries crashed in Rutland yesterday afternoon.
The crash happened at about 3.40pm in Ryhall Road, Little Casterton, at the junction with Salters Lane.
The 43-year-old man who died was one of the drivers. He was taken to hospital but later died.
The driver of the second lorry suffered minor injuries, and Ryhall Road was closed for several hours.
Police are appealing for witnessed to come forward.
Ryhall Road in Ryhall is still closed following collision earlier. Anticipated will be closed for a few more hours.
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