It's a year since a crash on the M5 claimed the lives of seven people and changed the lives of dozens more. This Sunday a special memorial service will take place to mark the anniversary.
More than thirty vehicles were involved in the pile up on the northbound carriageway of the M5 near junction 25 at Taunton on a Friday night that will live long in the memories of so many people. It was one of the worst accidents to happen in this country.
Geoffrey Counsell from Somerset, who organised a firework display near the M5 on that night, has been charged with seven counts of manslaughter.
Roger Neno and his wife survived the crash:
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