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Godmanchester motorist dies in Forty Foot Bank river crash near Chatteris

Jamie was a much-loved husband, brother, son, grandson, and a devoted father

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A Godmanchester man died when his red Mercedes C220 crashed into the Forty Foot Bank near Chatteris. Jamie Parish, 35, of Stirling Square, Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire, died after his car left the road and entered the water at about 11.50am on Thursday (13 June).

His family said today in a statement: “Jamie was a much-loved husband, brother, son, grandson, and a devoted father to his children. He was tragically taken too soon.”

Emergency services attended and the road was closed while rescue efforts took place and the vehicle was recovered.

Jamie Parish, 35, of Stirling Square, Godmanchester, died when after his red Mercedes C220 entered the Fort Foot Drain, Forty Foot Bank, near Chatteris, at about 11.50am on Thursday (13 June).

Jamie Parish, 35, of Stirling Square, Godmanchester, died when after his red Mercedes C220 entered the Fort Foot Drain, Forty Foot Bank, near Chatteris, at about 11.50am on Thursday (13 June).

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Mr Parish was pronounced dead at the scene.

Anyone who has information or dashcam footage of the car before the incident, should report it through the force website using reference incident 172 of 13 June.

Anyone without internet access should call 101.

 

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