Touching tributes to men who died in Frostenden crash

Henry Hall, 26, died in a crash in Frostenden.

Henry Hall, 26, died in a crash in Frostenden. - Credit: Archant

A man who died when a car crashed into trees and caught fire in Frostenden has been praised for his 'wry sense of humour and a very honest and generous nature' by his family.

Rowan Draper, 25, also died in the collision.

Rowan Draper, 25, also died in the collision. - Credit: Supplied

Henry Hall, 26, of Hall Farm, Uggeshall died in the crash in Frostenden, Suffolk, on Thursday, November 12 last year.

Officers were called by the fire service to reports of a car ablaze in Primrose Lane at 1.30am. The car hit a number of trees before coming to rest.

Rowan Draper, 25, of Victoria Road, Oulton Broad, also died in the crash.

A tribute from Mr Hall's family said: 'He was a popular local man, well known from working at The Geldeston Locks and The Plough at Wangford.

'He had a wry sense of humour and a very honest and generous nature.'

The family of Mr Draper said: 'Rowan touched the lives of many people and will be missed terribly by his family, friends and colleagues.

'He was a gregarious character with an irreverent sense of humour, enormous energy and drive, and an unstintingly generous nature.'

? Anyone with information about the collision, who has not already contacted the police, is asked to call the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101 quoting reference CAD 10 of 12 November 2015.

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