A14 Felixstowe deaths: Roger Fuller cleared of charges after woman and grandson killed

Two lorries and a car crashed near Trimley St Mary Christine Taylor's Fiat Punto was travelling on the A14 towards Felixstowe

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A lorry driver has been cleared of causing two deaths on the A14 in Suffolk in August last year.

Christine Taylor, 59, from Coventry, and her grandson William, 15, died near Felixstowe when her Fiat Punto was involved in a crash with two lorries.

Roger Fuller, 51, from Willow Way in Harwich, was on trial at Ipswich Crown Court where he denied two charges of causing death by dangerous driving.

He was found not guilty by the jury following a week-long hearing.

The accident happened on the eastbound carriageway at Trimley St Mary.

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