Blythburgh pub car crash: Dead men named

Scene of the crash
Image caption The pub is on the banks of the River Blyth on the A12 near Southwold

Two men, who died after the car they were in crashed into a pub in Suffolk, have been named by police.

A Citroen Berlingo hit the White Hart Inn on the A12 at Blythburgh on Saturday evening.

The two men, who died at the scene, were Christopher Doran, 19, of Cheltenham in Gloucestershire and Jonny Cash, 18, of Ashford in Kent.

Four other men, who were in the car, are in a stable condition in hospital.

The crash happened at about 21:30 GMT and the road was closed until 04:00 GMT on Sunday.

No-one else was hurt in the crash and police said there appeared to be "no significant damage" to the pub.

The injured men, who are in their late teens or early twenties, are being treated at Ipswich Hospital, Addenbrooke's in Cambridge or the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital.

They are yet to be interviewed by officers.

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