Tributes have been paid to the three men who died in separate collisions in Cumbria on Sunday.
William Bell, who was 85, was killed on the A66 near Embleton. His family say he was a "wonderful character."
52-year-old Ian Broughton died in Sedbergh, he was described as a loving father and son.
And the family of Michael Iveson, who died near Millom, described the 66-year-old from Lindal, as a biking fanatic.
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29-year-old Matt Campbell collapsed after running 22.5 miles. He received medical treatment at the scene, but died later in hospital.