A631 fatal motorcycle crash victim named by police
The 66-year-old motorcyclist killed in a crash on a main road in Lincolnshire last week has been named by police.
Robert Byatt, from Holton le Moor, near Caistor, was killed in a collision on the A631 between Market Rasen and Louth last week.
He died despite the efforts of emergency services were called to the scene between Ludford and South Elkington at just before 3.50pm last Thursday, October 17.
Mr Byatt was riding a Suzuki DC650 motorbike which was involved in a crash with an Audi Q7 car. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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The driver of the Audi, a woman from North Elkington, was shocked but unhurt.
Police especially want to trace the driver of a box van travelling along the A631 towards Market Rasen last Thursday afternoon.
It may have been overtaken by the motorbike shortly before the fatal collision.
Anyone who saw the crash can call the Lincolnshire Police roads collision witness hotline on 01522 558855, quoting incident number 285 of October 17.