Tributes paid to 'gentle giant' lorry driver, 48, killed in A14 crash in Rougham
Tributes have been paid to a father-of-five who was "always full of life" who died following a collision on the A14 at Rougham earlier this week.
The family of lorry driver Craig Keeble, 48, who died after the crash at 9.45am on Tuesday , said he was "loved by all those who knew him".
The tribute was issued by the police on the family's behalf, who said: "Craig Keeble, aged 48 from Colchester, a much-loved son to Betty, brother to Tracy, Jason and Mervyn, partner of Paula, father to five children that he adored and were his world, as well as much-loved uncle to his nieces and nephews.
"He worked as a haulage driver out of Felixstowe Docks and was loved by all those who knew him, a gentle giant with a big heart and very family orientated.
"He was always full of life and would help anyone out with anything - he had a heart of gold. He will be greatly missed.”
Police are continuing to appeal for any witnesses to the collision, which involved two lorries on the eastbound carriageway, to come forward – including anyone who may have travelled along the road in either direction just prior to the incident and has a dash cam in their vehicle.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit either by emailing SCIU@suffolk.pnn.police.uk or calling 101, and quoting reference CAD 71 of August 25.