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Sheffield man killed in horror crash named as inquest opens

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A Sheffield man who was killed in a crash has been named as an inquest has opened into his death.

Charlie Ibrahim Esendemir, 27, died when his car came off Dronfield Bypass and into trees and bushes at the side of the busy route between Sheffield and Chesterfield.

Derbyshire police responded to a call from a member of the public who reported that they’d seen a car off the road at the Dronfield Bypass on the northbound side on Monday July 12.

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Officers found Mr Esendemir’s Volkswagen Golf that had left the road and was covered in trees and bushes at around 9.30pm that day.

He was found inside his vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene.

As a result of the incident the bypass was closed for several hours while investigators carried out their work.

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An inquest into his death was opened at Chesterfield Coroner’s Court last Friday, July 16, and adjourned for a hearing at another date.

Derbyshire police are appealing for anyone with information about what happened.

Anyone who saw the car leave the road and head into the undergrowth is urged to contact them quoting incident reference 21000390110.

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Written by: Rother Radio News


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