Inquest into death of Northampton father-of-two adjourned until January
GoFundMe page raises £12,000 for family of Robbie Fitzpatrick who died following road crash
The county's senior coroner has opened and adjourned an inquest into the death of a Northampton father-of-two following a road crash last month.
Robbie Lee Fitzpatrick, aged 24, died at University Hospital Coventry on July 31, two days after his grey Honda motorcycle was in collision with a red Vauxhall Corsa on Harlestone Road.
Anne Pember, the senior coroner for Northamptonshire, opened the inquest in Northampton today (August 19) and adjourned it until January 21, 2022.
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Flowers and tributes were left at the scene, at the junction of Lodge Way, while a GoFundMe appeal started to raise cash to support his family has so far raised more than £12,000.
A statement released on the family's behalf by Northamptonshire Police earlier this month said: "As a family, we are broken-hearted on the loss of our Robbie — much loved son, brother, grandson, and daddy to his two wonderful children.
“He was such a character and never failed to put a smile on our face. He was our world. Robbie will be missed by everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him."