Man hit by lorry in Attleborough is named at inquest opening
- Credit: Ian Burt
An inquest has opened into the death of a retired farmer who was killed after being hit by a lorry.
Dudley Howe, 82, died while walking along Station Road, Attleborough, at noon on Friday, October 6.
He was struck by a blue DAF artic lorry, which was travelling along the road towards the train station.
MORE: Man dies after being hit by a lorry in Attleborough Area coroner Yvonne Blake opened the inquest in Norwich on Monday, October 16.
Mr Howe, from Beech Avenue in Attleborough, was born in Threxton.
A paper review into the death will be held on February 19 and a full inquest is happening on April 3.
Norfolk Police are keen to speak to any witnesses or anyone with information.
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They should contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.