Police name motorist who died following a collision on the A6006 Rempstone Road, Leicestershire.
Police have named a motorist who died after he was involved in a collision on a country road last Tuesday. (NOV 13)
James Ernest Tooth, 55, was standing near his broken down car on the A6006 in Rempstone, near Loughborough when the collision with a van occurred, police believe.
Mr Tooth, who lived in Donington le Heath, near Coalville was taken to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre, where he died on Friday.(NOV 16)
The van driver was not injured.
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Police have appealed for witnesses to the collision, which happened shortly before 8am near the junction with Wymeswold Road.
They are keen to hear from anyone who saw Mr Tooth's red Ford Mondeo estate car and the white Mercedes Vito van at the time.
Detective Constable Nick Bryan said: "The van was travelling towards Wymeswold at the time of the collision and the driver of the Mondeo, which was parked on the same carriageway, was out of the vehicle as it had broken down.
"We are keen to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision or saw either of the vehicles prior to the collision."
Contact Det Con Bryan on 101 or Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.