Update: Tributes paid to motorcyclist who died in accident at Blyford
Tributes have been paid to a motorcyclist today, whose death at Blyford over the weekend has left a 'great big hole in lots of people's hearts and lives'.
Ian Wollin, from Wenhaston, died yesterday morning following a road traffic accident on the B1123 Southwold Road, Blyford, near Halesworth, at around 10am.
It is believed that the silver Kawasaki motorcycle Mr Wollin was riding collided with the verge and left the road. He sustained serious injuries and died at the scene.
The 36-year-old's family released a statement earlier today and said: 'Ian was a son, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, nephew and cousin.
'He was a good natured man with a fun sense of humour and who loved his home, life and motorbike. He had lots of great friends and Ian was always happy to stop and chat to anyone about anything and help anyone.
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'He will leave a great big hole in lots of people's hearts and lives. We will never forget him. He will be forever with us in our thoughts. The family would like to thank everyone for their kind calls and messages at this very sad time.'
Mr Wollin worked at Clays of Bungay, based on Popson Street, who added: 'We have no comment and we send our condolences to the family.'
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The road was closed for more than four hours while crash investigators carried out their work and the police are continuing to appeal for witnesses.
Officers are asking anyone who may have seen the silver motorcycle prior to the collision or the incident itself to call PC Danny Ormes at Suffolk Police's Serious Collision Investigation Team on 01473 613500.