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.
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.