SuffolkNews Podcast: Baby S found at Needham Market recycling centre died as a result of unascertained brain injury
In today's podcast we have the news that a newborn baby who was found at a Suffolk recycling centre died as a result of traumatic brain injury, but Suffolk Coroner's Court have been unable to determine the cause.
'Baby S' was discovered in the afternoon on May 14, 2020, at Sackers recycling centre in Ipswich Road, Needham Market.
Coroner Nigel Parsley confirmed the medical cause of death was traumatic brain injury, the cause of which is unascertained, and recorded an open conclusion.
In other news, a campaigner calling for better dental provision across the country says the crisis has turned into a disaster.
Mark Jones, campaign co-ordinator for Toothless in Suffolk and Toothless in England, told the Westminster Health Forum the dental crisis engulfing the UK 'fails to fully recognise the current situation we find ourselves in today.'
Meanwhile, police are seeking witnesses after a serious crash on the A12 that left a motorcyclist with potentially life-changing injuries.
Emergency services were called at just after 11.15am on Saturday to reports of a two-vehicle collision on the A12 in Henstead.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Roads and Armed Policing Team at Police Headquarters in Martlesham on 101, quoting reference 37840/22.
And finally, a Suffolk sixth form has been handed an 'outstanding' Ofsted rating following a successful inspection in April.
Suffolk One Sixth Form College in Ipswich was rated 'outstanding' in five of the six categories making it one of the first educational establishments in the region to get the highest possible grade under the new framework.