A British lorry driver is due to appear in court over the crash on the M1 in Buckinghamshire that left eight people dead.
Six men and two women in a Ford Transit minibus died after the collision with two lorries on the southbound carriageway near Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Four other passsengers, including a five-year-old girl, were also injured in the crash which happened between junctions 15 and 14.
53 year old David Wagstaff from Stoke on Trent is accused of eight counts of causing death by dangerous driving and four counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
He's due to appear before Milton Keynes Magistrates Court.
A second lorry driver, Ryszard Masierak from Poland has already appeared in court in relation to the crash.
Two lorry drivers are to stand trial over a horror crash on the M1 that left eight people dead.
A lorry driver accused of causing the deaths of eight people in a crash on the M1 in Buckinghamshire has appeared in court.
Two men have been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after a crash on the M1 near Newport Pagnell.