In Swedish among other the sign says that this rune stone was blown apart in the end of the 1800s to be used as construction material in a new stone bridge over the Skivarp stream. 1985 four pieces of the stone were taken out from the bridge, one piece had to be left or the bridge might collapse, and one piece hasn't been found. These two pieces have been replaced by copies in the restored stone.
Judgement over dead man never dies.
Saxe put up this stone after Åsbjörn, his comrade, son of Toke
He fled not at Uppsala
as long as he had weapons
Ett vet jag som aldrig dö; dom över död man
Saxe satte denna sten efter Åsbjörn, sin kamrat, Tokes son
Han flydde inte vid Uppsala
så länge han hade vapen
Protected from the strong afternoon sun by trees.
The old Sjörup church