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Inquest opens after Hastings driver Nicholas Brady dies in crash involving lorry at junction 10 of the M20 near Ashford

By KentOnline reporter

A man killed on the M20 when he was struck by a lorry after stopping his car on the hard shoulder was identified by his tattoos, an inquest heard.

Nicholas Brady, from Hastings, was on his own in the car when he was killed on the London-bound carriageway of the M20 near Ashford at Junction 10 on April 12.

The 53-year-old was said to be an estates manager of Knowle Road.

The scene of the serious accident on the M20, between junction nine and 10

The inquest heard the cause of death was multiple injuries, and his distinctive tattoos helped identify him.

The lorry driver has not been arrested.

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