Search

Free 40-page supplement celebrating the Queen’s record reign in this week’s Recorder

On sale September 4

Hornchurch driver who died after falling ill at wheel named by police

08:33 07 January 2014

The Hornchurch driver who died after falling ill at the wheel and crashing into a building on Friday has been identified.

David Willard, 55, was pronounced dead at the scene when his blue Vauxhall Astra was involved in a collision with an industrial unit in Fenton Way, Basildon, Essex.

Essex Police are investigating the circumstances of the crash and are appealing for anyone who saw what happened.

It is believed the collision occured sometime before 9am.

Witnesses can contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit of Essex Police on 101.

Related articles

0 comments

Latest News Stories

The Old Bailey

An heir to a multi-million pound nightclub empire unleashed a “barrage of abuse” at his alcoholic father and stabbed him to death as the family fortunes teetered on the brink of collapse, a court heard.

14:18
Ghenadie Stogu, 36, was last seen leaving his home on Dunser Road, Collier Row at around 11am on Monday.

Police searching for a 36-year-old from Collier Row have found the body of a man.

More than a quarter of pubs in the borough have closed since the 70s PICTURE: Getty Images/iStockphoto

More than a quarter of pubs in Havering have closed since the 1970s, according to a campaign group.

11:39
The crash happened at the junction with Lodge Avenue. Picture: Google Maps

A three-vehicle smash outside a school yesterday resulted in two people being taken to hospital.

Most read news

News from your area

WW100

Click on the banner above for full coverage of the centenary commemorations of the outbreak of the First World War.

Competitions

Get ready to take in the beautiful sights of London from above!

Are you always seeking unique ways to see your favourite city? This one is for you.

Shop till you drop!

Home to top name brands at great prices, TK Maxx is more like a treasure hunt than a shop. Perfect for grabbing a bargain or some hidden gems, you arm yourself with a trolley and go wild.

Digital Edition

Image
Read the Romford Recorder e-edition today E-edition
Family Notices 24


Our trusted business finder