A service is about to get underway in Taunton in memory of those who lost their lives in a motorway crash one year ago.
The accident, which happened on the M5 near Taunton, has been described as one of the worst in living memory. Seven people were killed and the road closed for several days.
A private service will commence at 2pm. A memorial concert at the Brewhouse Theatre in the town is also planned, with the performance starting at 3pm.
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