The family of a man killed on the A14 in Cambridgeshire yesterday have paid tribute to “a loving son, brother and father and partner.”
Luke Richard Kuliczkowski, 36, of Queen Mary Close, Ramsey, was killed when his red Vauxhall Tigra left the road and ended up on its roof in a field off Cambridge Road in Hemingford Grey, which runs parallel to the A14 westbound.
Officers were called at about 5.10am on Sunday, October 4, after a member of the public discovered an over-turned red Vauxhall Tigra in a field off Cambridge Road in Hemingford Grey, which runs parallel to the A14 westbound.
It is believed the car was travelling westbound on the A14 just passed St Ives when it left the road, striking a barrier which caused the vehicle to be launched into a nearby field.
Police, fire and ambulance all attended who pronounced Luke dead at the scene.
Luke’s family have today released a statement and a picture.
The statement reads: “Luke was a loving son, brother and father and partner of Carys. We are deeply saddened and shocked by our sudden and tragic loss.”
PC Simon Burgin, from the Beds, Cambs and Herts Road Policing Unit, said: “Unfortunately it is not known exactly what time the collision occurred, however we do know that the car and the deceased were in the field for some time before it was reported to us.
“We believe the collision may have happened several hours prior to us being called at just after 5am.”
Anyone who may have seen the collision, or the car in the moments leading up to it, is asked to contact the road policing unit on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111 or via their online reporting system at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.