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The Crown Prosecution Service says there is 'insufficient evidence' to convict anyone over a crash on the A470 in which four people died.
Seven men were arrested in connection with the incident, which happened near Brecon in March.
Teenagers Alesha O'Connor, Rhodri Miller and Corey Price all died in the two-vehicle crash, which also killed pensioner Margaret Challis.
The CPS says there was no realistic prospect of a conviction in relation to causing death by dangerous or careless driving.
The criminal investigation has now concluded and the matter will be referred to H. M Coroner.
The funeral of Corey Price, a teenager from Barry killed in a crash on the A470 is to take place this morning.
It's the last of four funerals following the crash which happened near Brecon earlier this month.
Corey died alongside his two friends Rhodri Miller and Alesha O'connor, both 17 and from Barry.
68-year-old Magaret Challis from Merthyr who was travelling in a different car was also killed.
Hundreds are expected to gather at St. Mary's Church in Barry to pay their last respects.
Around 600 people have gathered in Cadoxton to attend the funeral of 17-year-old Rhodri Miller, one of the victims of a crash on the A470 earlier this month.
Mourners followed the funeral cortege a short distance from the Vale Funeral Service to St. Cadoc's Church for the service led by Father Ben Andrews.
The service opened with the song "You Are My Sunshine".
"He will always be his family's pride and joy. Alesha and Rhodri were soul mates," Father Andrews said.
The funeral of Rhodri's girlfriend Alesha was held yesterday in Barry. Corey Price's funeral will take place on Wednesday.
The funeral of Rhodri Miller, a teenager from Barry killed in a crash on the A470 earlier this month, takes place later.
His service follows that of 17-year-old Alesha O'Connor, whose funeral was attended by hundreds yesterday.
Rhodri and Alesha died along with Corey Price, also 17, and 68-year-old Margaret Elizabeth Challis from Merthyr.
The funeral of a teenager who was killed in a crash on the A470 will take place later.
17-year-old Alesha O'Connor was one of four people who died following a crash near Brecon on the 6th March.
Two other 17-year-olds, Corey Price and Rhodri Miller, both from Barry and 68-year-old Margaret Challis from Merthyr Tydfil, also died in the incident.
The funeral will take place in Barry later this morning.
Funeral details have been confirmed for three teenagers killed in a crash on the A470 near Brecon earlier this month.
Rhodri Miller, Corey Price and Alesha O'Connor, all aged 17, died in the crash near Storey Arms, Brecon, earlier this month.
The smash also claimed the life of pensioner Margaret Challis, 68, and left three others seriously injured.
It has been confirmed the teenagers' funerals will be held within a week of each other.
Alesha O'Connor's will be held at St Helen's RC Church in Barry on March 20th, and Rhodri Miller's the following day at St Cadoc's Church, Cadoxton. Corey Price's funeral will be held on March 25th at St Mary's, Barry.
Police believe a number of cars were travelling in convoy before the crash, with new driver Rhodri Miller behind the wheel of one car and Corey Price and Alesha O'Connor as his passengers.
The tragedy prompted an outpouring of grief in Barry with dozens of floral tributes being laid at Ysgol Bro Morgannwg, where Corey and Rhodri went to school, as well as around 1,000 people attending a memorial service in the town.
Seven teenage boys were initially arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving in the aftermath. All were released on bail pending further inquiries.
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A police investigation into the deaths of four people in a countryside crash has now concluded, a coroner has been told.
The funeral has taken place in Barry of teenager Corey Price who was killed in a crash on the A470 near Brecon.