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Fatal Norfolk crash victim named by family

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Published by Grace Mcgachy at 12:13pm 23rd April 2019.

A man who died after a crash in Bawdeswell has been named by family and friends. 

It happened after the motorcycle Lukasz Parszcz was riding was involved in a collision with a car on the A1067.

The man in his 30's was pronounced dead at the scene n Sunday (21st). 

Lukasz was originally from Poland and his Facebook says he worked at the Kinnerton Confectionery factory in Fakenham. 

His sister Katarzyna has started a fundraiser to send her brother home. 

She said on a post on Facebook: 

"I am trying to take my beloved brother home after a horrible accident.

We need help with transferring Lukasz Parszcz body to Poland so he can rest in peace with his family.

He didn't have any life insurance and we need to collect £2500 to take him home."

 

One of Lukasz' friends said he was: 

"A happy, cheerful young man, always willing to help anyone and always making everyone smile."

Norfolk Police are now appealing for witnesses to the collision or anyone who saw how the vehicles were driving before the crash to come forward.

Those with information should call the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 101 quoting reference CAD 137of 21 April.

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