Wiltshire Police have named the two young women who died in a crash in the early hours today near Swindon as 18-year-old Shaya Rae Leigh and 17-year-old Kerry Staniford.
Another three male passengers are being treated in hospital with injuries, and one of them has been described as being "very poorly". All were aged 20-years-old. PC Jeff Rice, of the Roads Policing Unit, said:
This was an horrific incident and we would like to offer our condolences to the families of the two young women who sadly died.
We are very keen to hear from anyone who was on the A419 near the scene at around 5am today. We would also like to hear from anyone with any information about the movements of the people in the car during Friday night and the early hours of Saturday.
A couple have celebrated their Easter Wedding in unconventional style. Will and Hannah Banyard, from Old Town in Swindon, swapped the traditional limousine for a refuse-collection truck. It was loaned for the day by the firm Will works for in South Cerney.
It was spruced-up with wedding bows and certainly gave an unusual twist to the wedding photos!
Wiltshire Police are asking for help from the public following an unprovoked attack on a man in Swindon town centre. It took place on shortly after 2.15am on Sunday 3rd March 2013 in Fleet Street outside the Subway sandwich shop.
The victim, an 18-year-old man, was walking towards Bushwackers nightclub when he was punched to the back of the head by a man. The force of the punch knocked the victim to the ground and he sustained serious facial injuries including a broken nose, cuts to the face and loss of teeth.
Police say: "The victim was completely unaware of what was about to happen. The offender ran up behind the victim and, with one very forceful punch, knocked him to the ground. This victim did not stand a chance. I believe that he was unconscious before he hit the ground face first."
In the police statement, Chief Inspector Keith Ewart said: "The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 does not apply because the dog was on private premises at the time of the incident.
"In this case the animal was voluntarily surrendered to the police and was examined and found to be a Staffordshire bull terrier. It is not illegal to own a Staffordshire bull terrier. However the dog was destroyed with the full consent of the owner."
He also revealed that police attended the same address in September last year to determine whether the dogs were illegally bred.