A coach driver has been found guilty of manslaughter after a crash in France in which a teacher from Worcestershire was killed.
The coach crashed 90 miles east of Paris in 2012 as the group from Alvechurch School returned from a skiing trip.
Peter Rippington, a teacher, died and other children and staff were injured.
The driver, 49-year-old Derek Thompson, was given a six month suspended sentence at a hearing in France.
A441 in both directions closed due to accident near M42 J2 (Alvechurch / Redditch).
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M42 Northbound lane closed on exit slip road due to broken down vehicle at J2 A441 (Alvechurch / Redditch).
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Peter Rippington's friend Stuart pays tribute to him at his funeral.
He said: "Peter was one of those people for whom nothing was too much trouble, and if you ever needed help he was there for you.
"And over those 30 years Peter's always been there for us."
Mourners gather at St Laurence's Church in Alvechurch for the service.
It's thought Peter Rippington had taught 3,000 children.