Police have almost completed an investigation into a Christmas Day motorway crash in which two young brothers and their aunt from Bucks were killed.
Staffordshire Police said a file on the tragedy, which happened as the family were en route to a wedding, was being prepared for the CPS.
Adnan and Arsalaan Habib, aged 10 and four, and their aunt, 32-year-old Bushra Tazarib, all from High Wycombe, were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. Two other women were treated in hospital after the accident at about 11.25am on the northbound M6 near Stoke-on-Trent.
Thousands of people, including boxer Amir Khan, attended the brothers' funeral, which was held at a mosque in High Wycombe on December 29.
The investigation into this incident is almost complete and a file of evidence will be sent to the CPS for consideration, as is usual practice in fatal road traffic collisions.
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