By Rob George 03/07 Updated: 03/07 15:11
A MAN in his 40s has died a fortnight after a crash between the car he was driving and a lorry on the Worcester Road outside the Copcut Elm in Droitwich
The man was hurt in the incident at 6.45am on June 15 when his Citroen C3 and an articulated lorry crashed. The A38 was closed for several hours as a result.
The victim was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham with multiple injuries and following treatment was considered to be in a stable condition in the days after the collision.
He remained in hospital but became unwell in recent days and passed away around midnight on Sunday (1 July).
A post mortem to determine the cause of death of the man, who has not been formally named, has yet to be held.
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