Hemsby woman charged with husband’s death after Lowestoft collision
This is the Norfolk woman who is accused of causing the death of her husband by hitting him with the car she was driving.
Suzanne Knox, 25, from Barleycroft, Hemsby, near Great Yarmouth, appeared in front of magistrates this afternoon charged with causing the death of Anthony Knox by driving a vehicle dangerously.
The charge relates to an incident in Woods Loke, Lowestoft, in which Mr Knox, 30, was involved in a collision with a blue Renault Scenic on Tuesday, September 21.
Mr Knox, who lived at Myrtle Close, Lowestoft, died shortly after the collision at the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston.
His wife appeared at Lowestoft Magistrates' Court today where she only spoke to confirm her name, age and address.
Her case was adjourned until February 24 when she will appear for a plea and direction hearing at Ipswich Crown Court.
The couple had two children. Mr Knox was from Balby in Doncaster and had lived in the area for the past couple of years.
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