Couple killed by Stocksbridge bypass collision


Latest news in Yorkshire: April 01, 2019 10:11:37 AM

The families of a Chesterfield couple who died following a collision on
the A616 Stocksbridge bypass have released a picture of them.

Ben Rybka, 35, and his wife Amy Rybka, 30, were riding a motorcycle
along the A616 on Thursday 21 March when they collided with an
articulated lorry.

Ben was sadly pronounced dead at the scene and his wife, Amy Rybka, was
taken to hospital, where she later died on Wednesday 27 March.

Ben’s family paid tribute to the couple: “Our family are heartbroken
following the loss of our loving son Ben Rybka and wonderful daughter in
law Amy following their tragic accident on Thursday 21st March 2019.

Amy’s family added: “Due to a tragic accident, it is with deep sadness
that we mourn the passing of our newly married children, Amy and Ben

This is an extremely difficult time for both families. They are being
supported by specialist officers and they ask that their privacy is

An investigation into their death continues and officers are keen to
hear from anyone who may have witnessed the collision, especially any
motorists travelling along the A616 who may hold dashcam footage.

Please call 101 quoting incident number 261 of 21 March 2019.


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