Blythburgh death crash: Man in court

A 22-year-old man appeared in court this morningfacing multiple charges relating to a horrific car crash that killed five people, including three teenage girls from Lowestoft.

A 22-year-old man appeared in court this morningfacing multiple charges relating to a horrific car crash that killed five people, including three teenage girls from Lowestoft.

Ben Morphey, of High Street, Yoxford, near Halesworth, appeared at Lowestoft Magistrates' Court facing five counts of causing death by dangerous driving following the two car collision on the

A12 at Blythburgh, near Southwold, on July 1.

The crash claimed the lives of Lowestoft sisters, Claire and Jennifer Stoddart, 18 and 15, their friend Carla Took, 18, and Simon Bonner, 40, and Kim Abbott 41, both from Yoxford.

The case was sent to Ipswich Crown Court, where Morphey will appear on October 24 at 10am.

He was released bail with the condition that he resides and sleeps with the 4 Regiment Army Air Corps at Wattisham Airfield.