Police renew witness appeal following a fatal crash near Fakenham
Police have renewed their appeal for witnesses following the death of a north Norfolk clergyman in a crash near Fakenham.
The Rev John Miller, from Walsingham, died after his Peugeot 107 car was in collision with a red Seat Leon, near Kettlestone, at 4.20pm last Wednesday.
Mr Miller, 79, was airlifted to hospital, but never regained consciousness and later died of his injuries.
The Seat driver, a 46-year-old Norfolk man, suffered a serious head injury.
Witnesses are asked to call PC Ian Thexton on 0845 456 4567.
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An inquest into Mr Miller's death was opened and adjourned in Norwich last Friday.
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