Textile Services Association chief executive dies in car crash

26 November 2014
Textile Services Association chief executive dies in car crash

Murray Simpson the chief executive of the Textile Services Association has been killed in a car crash.

It is thought he was involved in a collision involving a lorry and seven cars on the M1 on Tuesday evening. Three other people were taken to hospital, two with serious injuries.

The board of the Textile Services Association issues a statement confirming the tragic accident.

It said: "It is with regret and great sadness that we have to inform you that Murray Simpson was involved in a road traffic accident on Tuesday 25 November, which resulted in Murray being fatally injured. Our thoughts are with his family and close friends, at this difficult time. Murray was a larger than life figure in our industry and will be sorely missed."

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