Tribute to loving woman killed in crash near Halesworth
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The family of a woman who was killed in a motorcycle crash in Suffolk have described her as 'kind, loving and full of life.'
Sixty-year-old Sue Wright, of Southwold, was the pillion passenger on a Kawasaki motorcycle which was involved in a single vehicle crash in Walpole, near Halesworth.
The incident happened on Peasenhall Road just after 6pm on Thursday.
Police officers attempted to resuscitate Ms Wright but she died at the scene.The tribute released by her family said: 'Sue was kind, loving and full of life.
'She enjoyed weekends away in her camper van, socialising and the occasional drink.
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'She will be dearly missed by her two children Christopher and Marie-Louise and her father Sidney.'
A 55-year-old man from the Ipswich area who was riding the motorcycle was airlifted to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. He sustained broken ribs and is in a stable condition.
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A police cordon was in place at the scene on Thursday night and Peasenhall Road was closed in both directions between the Bramfield Road and Halesworth Road junctions while police carried out an investigation to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Police are not looking for any other vehicles and witnessed are being urged to come forwards.
Anyone who may have seen the collision or the motorcycle prior to the crash is asked to call Suffolk Police on 101, quoting CAD number 360 of July 14.