Tributes paid to ‘popular’ Economics lecturer killed in road accident

‘We shall miss Peter greatly and have sent our condolences to his family’


Tributes have been paid to a “popular” economics lecturer who was killed in a road accident.

Peter Noyes, who taught international students at the INTO centre, was killed when his Audi crashed into a parked lorry on the A47.

His car is thought to have hit the back of the lorry at full speed.

Kai Zong, one of his students, described him as “very friendly”, saying he wanted to “wish him well in heaven”.

Flower tributes have been placed outside INTO

Flowers have been placed outside INTO

Debbie Price, INTO centre director, added: “Peter was a highly-valued and extremely popular member of our team.

“Our staff and students are shocked at his death.

“We shall miss Peter greatly and have sent our condolences to his family.”

Police have urged anyone who witnessed the accident to call the police serious collision investigation team on 101.