Accidental death verdicts in Somerset crash which killed four
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.
A school bus carrying 11 children crashed with another vehicle in Cornwall this morning. It happened on the B3274 at St Issey near Wadebridge. The bus driver was seriously injured and taken to hospital by air ambulance.
One other person was injured. The school children were treated for shock. The road is currently closed.
Police have released a picture of the driver involved in a head on crash in Hamelin Way, Torquay, last Friday. Marek Wojciechowski was arrested at the scene of the incident, but subsequently died. The 26-year-old lived locally with his wife and family.
The incident left a toddler and his unborn sister dead. Their parents Con and Elber Twomey, are still in a critical condition in Plymouth's Derriford Hospital.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is now investigating whether an officer was in pursuit of a car moments before the crash.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating whether an officer was in pursuit of a car moments before it was involved in a crash in Torquay which left a toddler and his unborn sister dead.
Con, 39, and Elber Twomey, 36, from the village of Meelin in Co Cork, Ireland, are in a critical condition in Plymouth's Derriford Hospital in Devon following the head-on crash involving two cars on Hamelin Way, Torquay.