Tribute to ‘most wonderful’ man killed in Wortwell collision
The family of a man killed in a catastrophic two-car collision in Wortwell at the weekend has paid tribute to him as a ‘most wonderful’ and ‘caring’ family member.
Stuart Dewing, 35, of Bungay, died after his silver Peugeot 206 collided with a red Seat Ibiza on the A143, some time around 4.30pm on Sunday.
Mr Dewing was airlifted by the East Anglian Air Ambulance to Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, but was later pronounced dead.
In a statement, his family said: “Here is our tribute to our dearest brother Stu who was sadly taken away from us in a fatal car accident.
“He will always be the most wonderful, caring and ‘cheeky’ daddy, uncle, brother and nephew. He is going to be missed so very much by us all.
“Thank you for all of the kind messages that we have received, and special thanks to those who helped at the scene.
“Our thoughts are also with the other family who were involved.”
The three people in the Seat - a female driver, a male passenger and a young boy - were also injured in the collision.
The woman was transported via air ambulance to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridgeshire with serious leg injuries, while the man and the boy were taken to West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds, both with injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening. They have not been named.
Mr Dewing is survived by his sisters Tina and Amanda, his brothers-in-law Jonathan and Daniel, his nieces Keira, Lauren, Ellie, Charlie, and Tegan, and other close family.