Tributes paid to Downham Market father killed in crash
The family of a Downham Market train driver who died in a crash in the Fens at the weekend have paid tribute to a loving husband, father and brother.
Daniel Edwards, who lives on Rosemary Way, was on his way to work on his motorbike when he was involved in a crashed with an articulated lorry on the A10.
The 36-year-old died from his injuries at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge after the crash in Stretham, near Ely.
In a statement released today, the family said: ''Daniel was a loving husband, father of two, son and brother. He will be missed by his family and colleagues alike.
'Daniel died following a tragic accident while on his way to work.
'At this sad time for everyone we request some privacy while we grieve.'
The crash happened at just after 6am on Saturday morning at the Broad Baulk junction in the village.
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The lorry driver, a 55-year-old man from Stevenage, was uninjured.
Anyone who witnessed the crash between the white Honda motorbike and the red lorry should contact Cambridgeshire Police on 0345 4564564.