Tributes have been left at the spot where four people, including a young girl, died after a tipper lorry crashed into them in Bath yesterday.
Flowers and a cuddly toy sheep were placed at the bottom of Lansdown Lane in the village of Weston and a prayer service will take place at the local church at 10am today.
Three further victims, two men and a woman, were taken to hospital after the crash. It is thought one of the men has now been discharged.
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