The brother of a teenager, killed in a coach crash in Surrey, says 'he had a bright future and music was his life.'
Eleven people are still being treated in hospital following a fatal coach crash on the A3 in Surrey.
Eleven people are still in hospital after a coach crash in which the driver and two passengers were killed in Surrey.
Both bores of the A3 Hindhead Tunnel will be closed overnight between 10pm and 6am on Tuesday 4th December for maintenance work to the power supplies. The A3 will be closed between Stag Hill and Longmoor with a fully signed diversion route in place via the A31 and A325.
Police have officially named the third person to die in the Hindhead coach crash in Surrey last week.
Twenty-three-year-old Kerry Lynne Ogden from Maghull in Liverpool, died along with another passenger, musician Michael Molloy, 18, also from Liverpool, and the coach driver 63-year-old Colin Daulby, from Warrington.
The 52-seater coach was taking music fans who had been at the Bestival Festival on the Isle of Wight back home to Merseyside. The coach left the carriageway on the A3 and hit an oak tree
The family of an 18-year-old musician who died when the bus he was travelling in crashed on the A3 in Surrey have thanked the public for their support. Hundreds of people attended a gig for Michael Molloy in the City of Liverpool.
The family of the third person to have died after a coach crashed in Surrey, on its way back from a music festival, have described her as a 'wonderful and inspirational' person.
Ten people remain in hospital, one with life-changing injuries, after the accident involving the coach, which was returning to Merseyside from the Bestival event on the Isle of Wight. The coach left the A3 on a bend near the Hindhead Tunnel.
Driver Colin Daulby, 63, and two passengers lost their lives. Michael Molloy, 18, from Liverpool, was killed. The other victim has been named as Kerry Odgen, 23, from Maghull on Merseyside. Her family said she was 'wonderful and kind' and a big inspiration to her 21-year-old sister, Kirsty.
VIDEO: A poignant clip from the Meridian Tonight item referring to the death of 18-year-old Michael Molloy in the Surrey coach crash.
The family of one of the passengers who died in the A3 coach crash has paid tribute to him.
Michael Molloy who was 18, was killed in the collision on Monday night.
Two other people on board also received fatal injuries.
In a statement his family said: “Michael was a talented musician who had a promising career ahead of him.
"He was a beautiful son and a beautiful person, both inside and out, the kindest and sincerest heart we’ve ever known.
“We never imagined we would lose the most perfect son and brother. We are totally devastated.”
Police have named two of the people killed in a coach crash on the A3 in Surrey.
The coach driver who died has been named as 63-year-old Colin Daulby from Merseyside.
An 18-year-old passenger who died has been named as Michael Molloy from the Liverpool area of Merseyside.
A third victim who died has yet to be formally identified. The deaths have now been referred to the coroner.
An investigation is ongoing into the circumstances of the crash which happened when a 52 seater coach was travelling north near Thursley and collided with a tree.
A number of casualties were taken to hospitals across the South-east and eleven people remain in hospital.