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Data from the vehicle showed it was travelling at 48mph prior to the accident, slowing to 35mph immediately before the crash.“Mr Pitts reacted quickly to the emerging Vauxhall,” Mr Hutchin said. “The point Mr Carpenter chose to emerge, left Mr Pitts with insufficient time and distance to avoid a collision.” A toxicology report found concentrations of zopiclone, morphine and methadone in Mr Carpenter’s system.
“I can say 100 percent that the driver [John Carpenter] was looking to the right, in the direction of the approaching lorry,” she said.She said she was attempting to cross over the A47 in her van to Grange Road, and saw Mr Carpenter’s car pull out.“I remember thinking the car was going to drive into my side,” she said.“I attended the scene myself, spoke to residents and watched as the air ambulance take off.“It’s always sad when something like this happens in your neighbourhood.” Chris Poppen, 72, retired, from Sholing, was just outside the pub when the incident happened. I saw a cyclist coming from the roundabout and behind him a lorry and then I heard a crunch and I saw a man on the road and his bike half on the road and half on the pavement. It was just a crunch when the contact was made and that was it. It happened right in front of me.” Emergency services including an ambulance, two officers in rapid-response vehicles, the air ambulance emergency response car and the air ambulance helicopter were called to the scene at around 2.05pm.I was shocked.” Mr Poppen said he called 999 and police arrived within minutes, while two people tried to resuscitate the cyclist. There was also a nurse who stopped to help and tried to resuscitate him. Part of Portsmouth Road was cordoned off and remained closed throughout the afternoon while police officers carried out inquiries at the scene.
Officers also shut one side of the Itchen Bridge which could only be accessed from Manor Road South on the east side of the bridge.John Carpenter was killed when he attempted to turn right from Grange Road onto the A47 towards King’s Lynn, on May 5, 2017.The 65-year-old’s red Vauxhall Corsa was struck by a lorry travelling towards Norwich shortly before 3pm.While the passenger in his cab rushed out to help, Mr Pitts immediately called the emergency services.The inquest heard there was evidence Mr Carpenter was not wearing a seatbelt.An inquest in Norwich on Thursday heard how Mr Carpenter, of Bluebell Close, Scarning, Dereham, pulled out in front of the vehicle “without warning”.