Ashley Henry Obituary, Death – According to the findings of an investigation, it is highly likely that “deliberate” conduct was the cause of a car crash that resulted in the deaths of a young child, who was two years old, and her father. On the day that celebrates fathers everywhere, Ashley Henry and his daughter Oria Henry Henry lost their lives in Lincolnshire when the vehicle that Ashley Henry was driving was involved in a collision with a truck.
Both Mr. Henry, age 35, and his daughter were found to be deceased at the site in Alnwick, and a proclamation of death was made at the location. The inquests have been delayed until Senior Coroner Paul Smith finishes his criminal inquiry into the collision, which has been postponed until the probe is complete. Deputy Inspector Andy McWatt testified on June 18 at approximately 14:45 British Summer Time (BST) before the Lincoln Coroner’s Court that the police had received reports of a serious vehicle accident on the A153.
He stated that the accident had occurred earlier that day. The reports included information about a “car going head-on straight into a lorry”. It appears that the driver of the automobile was acting intentionally based on the video that was obtained from the dashboard camera that was installed in the truck.
According to Detective Inspector McWatt, “a criminal investigation has been launched into that incident” as a result of “therefore.” The Lincolnshire Police Department has confirmed in previous statements that they are not searching for anyone else in connection with the collision. According to the testimony that was presented during the inquest, the specific medical cause of the toddler’s passing is not yet known to be the cause of death.
An inquest into the death of Mr Henry, of Cherryleas Drive, Leicester, heard he sustained “a number of traumatic injuries” but the exact cause of his death was yet to be confirmed. In order to await the results of the investigation that is currently being carried out by the authorities, Mr. Smith has decided to postpone both inquests until the month of December.