Teenager who died in crash with cement mixer named
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A teenager who died in a crash with a cement mixer on Dereham Road has been named as 18-year-old Bethany Alexander.
An inquest into Miss Alexander's death will open at Norfolk Coroner's Court this morning, after the collision on February 15.
Following the crash, which happened at 12.05pm close to the Co-op petrol station, several bunches of flowers have been left on the roadside at the scene.
One of the messages on the bouquets reads 'heaven has another angel' while another one is for 'a wonderful young lady'.
Another one of the messages reads 'gone too soon' and 'love you and miss you so much'.
Police and ambulance crews attended the crash but Miss Alexander, who was driving a white VW Polo, was pronounced dead at the scene.
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The driver of the cement mixer vehicle was not injured.
The road was closed between the Bowthorpe roundabout and the junction with Longwater Lane while recovery of the vehicles took place.
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Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the collision, particularly anyone who saw the manner of driving of either vehicle prior to the incident or may have any dash camera footage of the incident.
Any witnesses should contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team at Wymondham on 101 quoting incident number 166 of February 15.