Police have named three people killed in a crash in Mansfield Woodhouse.
38-year-old Teresa Mitchell, 24-year-old Ricky Goodall, and 45-year-old Alan Dexter were killed when a BMW collided with a motorbike and a Ford Ranger pick-up on Debdale Lane at around 9.50pm on Friday night.
Three other people - the driver of the pick-up and two backseat passengers in the BMW - are being treated for multiple fractures, facial injuries, and cuts.
Police have confirmed the three people who died in a crash in Mansfield Woodhouse were a woman and two men. Officers were called to Debdale Lane in Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, at about 9.50pm on Friday when a black car, a motorbike and a pick-up van were in collision.
A 38-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man travelling in the car were killed. The rider of the motorbike, a 45-year-old man was also killed. Two other men, believed to be travelling in the BMW and the van driver were taken to hospital. They remain in serious but stable condition.
Police say speed was a contributory factor in a fatal crash last night in Mansfield Woodhouse, which resulted in the death of three people.
The crash happened on Debdale Lane at around 9.45pm, involving a BMW, a motorcycle and a pick-up.
Detective Sergeant James Greely, investigating the crash, said the force are at the early stages of the investigation, but they do know speed played a part in the crash.
The officer also said that the driver and the front passenger in the BMW, and the motorcyclist died following the crash, with two back-seat passengers in the BMW, and the Ford Ranger pick-up driver were seriously injured.