Village turns green to remember mother and three children killed in A40 crash

A one minute silence has been held at a village in Oxfordshire in tribute to a mother and her three children who died in a collision on the A40 near Oxford last week.

Zoe Powell, 29, her daughters Phoebe, 8, and Amelia, 4, and her son Simeon, 6, were killed in the accident involving a lorry on Monday October 12.

Zoe with her husband Josh and their children. Credit: Family handout

Zoe's husband Josh, a local scout leader, and their baby daughter remain in hospital.

Green ribbons have been placed around Chinnor in tribute to the family.

As well as a public vigil outside The Crown pub in the village on Monday night, a private ceremony was held by scouts in Josh's troop.

Green ribbons have been placed around the village of Chinnor in tribute to the family. Credit: ITV News Meridian

On Sunday, more than 100 people joined an online church service which was held by Pastor Peter Walley from the Chinnor Community Church.

Flowers have been placed at the local church in Chinnor. Credit: ITV News Meridian

A fundraising page, set up to support Josh following the crash, has so far raised more than £128,000.