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Motorcyclist killed in A1075 collision named as Kamil Wisniewski

The crossroads on the A1075 between Watton and Shipdham where a motorcyclist died on Sunday morning. <3/9/17> Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The crossroads on the A1075 between Watton and Shipdham where a motorcyclist died on Sunday morning. <3/9/17> Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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A motorcyclist who died at the A1075 at Shipdham has been named as 20-year-old IT technician Kamil Wisniewski.

The crossroads on the A1075 between Watton and Shipdham where a serious crash happened on Sunday morning.. <3/9/17> Picture: DENISE BRADLEY The crossroads on the A1075 between Watton and Shipdham where a serious crash happened on Sunday morning.. <3/9/17> Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Mr Wisniewski was riding his red Triumph motorcycle on the Dereham Road between Watton and Shipdham around 7.30pm on September 2 when he was in a collision with a blue Volkswagen Beetle.

At the opening of the inquest into his death, senior coroner for Norfolk Jacqueline Lake said the medical cause of death was “multiple soft tissue and bone injuries due to a road traffic collision.”

She told Norfolk Coroner’s Court Mr Wisniewski was born in Poland but lived at Liberator Close, Carbrooke near Watton, and was identified to police at the roadside by his father.

The inquest was adjourned for a pre-inquest review, to be held on December 11.

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