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Norfolk police have traced relatives of Lancashire family killed on A47 at East Winch

Jeffrey and Marion Hain and their son, Christopher, of Haugh Lane, Newhey, Rochdale. All three members of family died in car crash near Kings Lynn, Norfolk on 26/3/14. They are  pictured with theformer  Bishop of Manchester Nigel McCulloch during a visit to St Thomas Church, Newhey. 100% ID from Vicar of St Thomas Sue Ward

Jeffrey and Marion Hain and their son, Christopher, of Haugh Lane, Newhey, Rochdale. All three members of family died in car crash near Kings Lynn, Norfolk on 26/3/14. They are pictured with theformer Bishop of Manchester Nigel McCulloch during a visit to St Thomas Church, Newhey. 100% ID from Vicar of St Thomas Sue Ward

Relatives of the family who were killed in a crash on the A47 at East Winch have been found, police have confirmed.

Jeffrey Hain, 66, his wife Marion, 69, and their 36-year-old son Christopher, from Newhey, Rochdale, were killed after their silver Kia Ceed was involved in a collision with a lorry at 11.15am on Wednesday (March 26).

Officers from the Serious Collision Investigation Team have confirmed today (Friday, March 28) that relatives have been found.

Yesterday police launched an appeal to trace extended family of the Hains.

Officers are still appealing for witnesses to the incident. Anyone who witnessed the collision or has information relating to it is asked to contact SCIT on 101.

 

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