A policeman who died in a suspected hit-and-run collision, has been described as a "fantastic husband, father, son and brother." PC Andrew Duncan was hit by a car that he'd been trying to stop in Sutton on Friday. Today his wife Claire paid tribute to him, saying:
"We would like to thank all the medical staff at St George's hospital, for their enormous efforts in attempting to save Andrew's life.
"We have had, and still are having tremendous support from all Andrews's colleagues, family and friends. Our children, Adam, Emma, and myself are truly grateful.
"Andrew was a fantastic husband, father, son and brother. This is supported by the many tributes which we are still receiving from his family and friends.
"We are left with a huge void in our lives, but we have some fantastic memories that we will always treasure."
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