A 53-year-old man died after he got out of his car on a motorway and was struck by a number of vehicles.
The collision happened on the southbound carriageway of the M18 near Doncaster shortly after 7am. on Friday, February 8.
The driver, from Gilberdyke, Humberside, was believed to have got out of his blue Ford Escort after it stopped in the middle lane between junction 3 and 2.
A 26-year-old in a green Ford Transit tried to avoid a collision but clipped the Focus, then hit the man, South Yorkshire Police said.
Two lorries collided with the van, then one of the trucks hit the man. A South Yorkshire Police spokesman said the 53-year-old sustained "fatal injuries" and five other people in other vehicles suffered whiplash.
Work is set to start on a new link road between Robin Hood Airport and the M18, after Doncaster Council finalised plans. The final details of the scheme have now been completed and construction is expected to start in the summer.
Officials say the road will help ease congestion, increase business development and make the airport more accessible. The government agreed to fund the link-road in the hopes it will help create thousands of jobs.