‘Sweet natured, loving man’ killed in A11 collision

PUBLISHED: 11:38 05 February 2018

Adam Rahim has been described as a

Adam Rahim has been described as a "sweet natured, gentle loving man who will be missed by everyone who knew him"

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A man has died following a collision on the A11 on Friday February 2.

Emergency services were called to the northbound carriageway of the A11 at Little Abington at about 6.50pm with reports of a collision involving a black Volkswagen Golf.

The driver of the vehicle, Adam Rahim, 37, of Brooks Road, Cambridge, died at the scene.

His partner and family said: “Words cannot express the devastation that we feel from the loss of Adam. Adam was a fantastic father our three children, a soul mate to his partner for many years and a loving son and brother.

“He was a sweet natured, gentle loving man who will be missed by everyone who knew him. The only consolation for us as a family is that Adam died doing something he loved, driving his car. As a family we ask to be left to grieve in private.”

Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to call the Road Policing Unit quoting incident 389 of February 2.

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