Grimsby-born man dies in Lincolnshire double-fatal crash
A man had ingested a potentially fatal dose of methadone and was accelerating when his vehicle ran into an oncoming car driven by a Grimsby-born man.
Anthony Roy Hemingway, 37, of Frithville Road in Sibsey, drove a Vauxhall Vectra with flaws that would have impacted drivability when it crashed into a Honda car driven by Richard Watson, 57.
Mr. Watson was originally from Grimsby and was living in Briar Way, Skegness at the time of his death.
An investigation at the Myle Cross Center in Lincoln found the incident happened on October 1 last year on Hale Lane in Frithville, near Boston, Lincolnshire Live reports.
An autopsy revealed that Mr. Hemingway’s death was a rare type of stroke caused by seeds spreading on the surface of the brain called a subarachnoid hemorrhage and multiple injuries.
Coroner Paul Cooper concluded: “The deceased died in a road traffic accident that contributed to his ingesting a potentially fatal dose of methadone, driving at excessive speed and having defects in his vehicle that affected the stability and roadholding of the Vehicle. ” . “
The cause of Mr. Watson’s death was given as multiple injury.
Mr. Cooper concluded, “The deceased was involved in a road collision and died on October 1, 2020 on Hale Lane in Frithville when another vehicle lost control, pulled into its lane and collided with the car the deceased was driving.”
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The coroner concluded that Mr. Watson was killed in a traffic accident.