British Transport Police have released the names of the remaining three victims from the Croydon tram crash.

The three are Donald Collett, 62, from Croydon; Philip Logan, 52, from New Addington; and Robert Huxley, 63, also from New Addington.

All seven of the victims - six men and one woman - have now been officially named.

The four other victims, named earlier, were: Mark Colin Smith, 35; Philip Seary, 57; Dane Henry Chinnery, 19; and Dorota Rynkiewicz, 35

Philip Logan's family paid tribute to his 'zest for life'. Credit: British Transport Police
Donald Collett's family said the victim was a 'well-loved, funny and generous man'. Credit: British Transport Police
Dane Chinnery was described as a 'friendly, genuine lad'. Credit: Family handout
hilip Seary was a Crystal Palace fan and was known affectionately as 'tank' Credit: Family handout
Mark Smith had a young child and was engaged. Credit: Family handout
Dorota Rynkiewicz was the only woman killed in the tram crash. Credit: Family handout

The crash on Wednesday saw the tram derail as in took a sharp bend in the tracks near the Sandilands stop while travelling from New Addington to Wimbledon at around 6.10am.

The tram's driver was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and questioned by investigators who have said the vehicle was travelling "significantly" above the permitted speed.

More than 50 other people were injured.

The derailed tram has now been removed from the scene Credit: ITV News

On Saturday family and friends of those killed marched together in a touching tribute to the victims.

Also on Saturday, police confirmed that the 100ft-long articulated tram had been split into sections which were craned onto a flatbed lorry and removed from the scene.

An interim report into what happened will be published by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch next week.