“We will never forget you”: Family pay tribute to local man killed in A15 crash

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The family of a local man who was sadly killed in a crash on the A15 south of Lincoln on Bank Holiday Monday say he will ‘never be forgotten’.

Roger Burman, 63, from Navenby and Barbara Tunnicliffe, 59, from Heckington were both killed when two cars collided on the A15 near to the village of Cranwell.

Roger, who was a retired chartered accountant, had been behind the wheel of a Volkswagen Golf when it crash with a Vauxhall Astra, in which Barbara was a passenger.

Two others who were involved are recovering from serious injuries in hospital.

Roger Burman’s family released the following statement following the tragic incident: “In loving memory of Roger Burman.

“He was a retired local chartered accountant who will be sadly missed. He leaves behind his two daughters and partner.

“Rest in peace and know that we will never forget you.”

The family ask that they be allowed to grieve in private.

The collision brought the total number of deaths on Lincolnshire’s roads to 18 so far this year.

The Serious Collision Team are still appealing for any witnesses who saw a green VW Golf travelling south along the A15 or a silver Astra travelling in the opposite direction prior to the collision to get in touch.

Anyone with information should contact the Collision Witness Hotline on 01522 558855, quoting incident 112 of March 28.

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