Police update after Hull dad-of-five dies in countryside collision

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Police update after Hull dad-of-five dies in countryside collision

Police update after Hull dad-of-five dies in countryside collision
2021-07-08 15:27:00
Officers are appealing for a potential witness to come forward after a tragic fatal crash saw a car veer on to the wrong side of a road before ploughing into a garden. Humberside Police confirmed 56-year-old Richard Goodwin – described as a “loving father” by his family – died following the road traffic collision around 9pm on Saturday June 26. It is believed that a driver of a black Audi, who was travelling in the direction of Withernsea, could assist with enquiries as a witness. Read more: 'Doting' dad-of-five named as tragic victim of fatal crash on country road The force had received reports that a red Nissan Juke had collided with a bicycle while travelling on the A1033 Patrington Road, East Yorkshire, at around 9pm that night. The aftermath of the accident on the A1033 Patrington to Ottringham road (Image: Duncan Young) Driving westbound between Patrington and Ottringham before veering on to the wrong side of the road, the Nissan Juke is then reported to have left the road and ploughed through a field before coming to a stop in a residential garden. Police confirmed the driver was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and driving over the legal limit, but has since been released under investigation as enquiries continue. Witnesses said the driver was “lucky to be alive”. To sign up for the Hull Live newsletter, click here. Richard has been described by his family as a “doting father” who was a “kind, caring, selfless person who will be greatly missed by all who knew him”. A spokesperson for Humberside Police said: “Our thoughts are with the loved ones of Richard Goodwin at this sad time, who have understandably been left

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