A1M: Family commemorates Peterborough Royal Mail driver and father of four children who died in crash

The family of the Royal Mail driver who died in an accident paid an emotional tribute to a loving father, husband and son.

David Nixon driving a truck Collided with a car On the southbound main road in Sawtry on the A1M at around 2:55 pm on Tuesday 16 November.

His family issued a statement saying he left a “legacy of love and honesty” through the police.

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Royal Mail also paid tribute to himHe said he will “be greatly missed”.

Mr. Nixon’s family said: “David leaves a legacy of love and honesty to his family and those who knew him.

“She left behind wonderful memories of a loving husband, a devoted son to Douglas (RIP) and Hilda, and a father to Michael, Hannah, Berkan and Melisa.

“We are truly grateful for every day we see her cheerful ‘Northern’ smile, the lessons we learn, and all the laughs we share.

“David, we will miss you terribly. Rest in peace.”

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A man in his 40s, the driver of the car, was injured.

Police want witnesses or anyone who has dashcam footage of the incident or the moments that caused the incident to be contacted.

Those with information should call or visit 101. www.cambs.police.uk/report The event of November 16 is 299 quotes.

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