Swedish police say they believe the driver in the Viola Beach car crash probably "acted deliberately".
According to Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, new footage shows the moments before the crash, and police investigators say it shows the driver acted intentionally.
The Warrington band's four members and their manager were killed in February when their car plunged off a bridge and into a canal near Stockholm.
An inquest into their deaths found the driver - who's not been named- did not have alcohol or drugs in his system.
We can bring you some newly discovered pictures of the legendary Pelé in a Cheshire village.
The Brazil side for the 1966 World Cup, famously won by England of couse, stayed in Lymm, while playing their games at Goodison Park.
50 years on, as the villagers remember their famous guests, photos of the team have been discovered in a hotel drawer. Tim Scott's been to see them:
Pictures of Brazil's football team staying in Warrington during the 1966 World Cup, have gone on display for the first time.
Legendary player Pelé and his team-mates called the Lymm Hotel home during the tournament.
It's now hosting an exhibition of the never before seen photos.
The Warrington band killed in a car crash in Sweden last weekend has climbed the chart after a fan campaign to get them to number one.
Proceeds from sales of the single will be given to the families of the four band members and their manager who all died when their car fell from a bridge into a canal in Sweden.
The mother of Viola Beach lead singer Kris Lenoard has spoken of her pride in her son.
Kris, his band mates and their manager died as they returned from a concert in Sweden.
The band's single Swings and Waterslides has since reached number one on the download charts.
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The mother of Viola Beach's Jack Dakin has spoken of her son's passion for drumming and being in the band. In an interview she said:
"The band were so happy, they were living their dream.
"Drumming meant everything to Jack he was living his absolute dream.
The mother of Viola Beach's Tomas Lowe has spoken of her son's career. In an interview she said she takes some comfort from the fact her son died with his close friends and says he was "living the dream".