An inquest into the deaths of three men who were killed in a car accident in Wiltshire in December has found all three died as a result of head injuries.
Nathan Cox, 20, Chad McVeigh, 18, and Jordan Taylor, 20, all died when their car hit a lorry in Westbury.
The inquest heard the lorry driver saw Chad McVeigh's car driving at estimated 70mph on West Wilts Trading Estate seconds before crash.
The witness said: ' The car was going way too fast'. The car wedged itself under the lorry's trailer - with all 3 young men inside.
The inquest also heard that the car was in an unroadworthy condition and that Chad McVeigh was 1.4 times over the alcohol limit.
An 84-year-old man from Westbury has been missing since Saturday.
David Jenkins was last seen at his home at around 8:30 in the morning, but has not been heard from since. He may be confused and requires medication. His family and the police are very concerned for his welfare and say his disappearance is extremely out of character.
Wiltshire Search and Rescue are searching the local area along with a team of officers who are carrying out other enquiries.
There is disruption on First Great Western and South West Trains in Wiltshire after a vehicle went into a railway bridge. All lines between Trowbridge and Westbury are blocked and it is not clear when normal service will resume.
There are delays of up to 30 minutes on First Great Western services between Westbury and Salisbury due to a signalling problem between Warminster and Salisbury.
First Great Western expects disruption to continue until at least 9am.
Police sealed off a Westbury trading estate earlier today after a suspicious item was spotted in Brook Lane. A Ministry of Defence bomb disposal team was called in and a 200m exclusion zone set up.
Officers identified the object as military ordnance and have removed it.
Delays of up to 40 minutes on First Great Western trains between Reading and Westbury due to signalling problem at Pewsey.
A Wiltshire MP, Andrew Murrison (Con, Wesbury), is writing to the rail minister urging him to electrify the main line as far as Westbury. It follows a consultants' report which said that line from London should only be upgraded as far as Bedwyn, two stops before.
First Great Western services between Westbury in Wiltshire and Reading have been suspended due to engineering works overrunning.
Wiltshire Police are treating a fire that gutted a scrapyard as suspicious. It broke out on the West Wilts Trading Estate in Westbury last night. A 200m cordon was put in place because of fears over gas cylinders stored on the site. Melksham CID would like to hear from anyone with information.
The police are also warning that disruption caused by the fire will continue over the next few days as the damage is dealt with.