An inquest into a crash on the A39 at Cannington in Somerset, which killed four people, has recorded verdicts of accidental death.
It happened last June when two cars collided head-on. A man and a woman died at the scene, and another man and woman died later in hospital. The inquest in Taunton heard that driver error was to blame.
An inquest opens today into a crash on the A39 at Cannington, which killed four people. It happened last June when two cars collided head-on. A man and woman died at the scene, and another man and woman died in hospital.
Safety campaigners said the crash was another reason not to build a new power station at Hinkley Point nearby. They argue the A39 at Cannington is already too busy.
Roy Pumfrey from Cannington in Somerset has been holding up traffic to protest against lorries passing through the town.
He says EDF Energy has passed its deadline to remove asbestos from the proposed Hinkley C site. The company has apologized but says it's taken longer than expected.