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Three people killed in M5 crash named by police

The collision happened between J15 and 14 northbound on the M5. Photo: ITV West Country

Three people killed when the car they were in crashed on the M5 have been named by police.

The victims were Harry Evans, his wife Elaine, and her mother, 84 year old Audrey Hodge.

They were all from the Liverpool area.

The fourth victim was previously named as 46-year-old Adrian Beaumont, from Bristol.

The crash happened near Junction 14 of the motorway on September the 16th, after a van crashed through the central reservation and collided with two cars.

Four people died in the collision, which happened between J15 and 14 northbound on Saturday 16 September.

Although formal identification procedures have not yet been completed, the victims are believed to be Richard Henry Evans, 66, known as Harry, his wife Elaine, 62, and her mother Audrey Hodge, 84, all from the Liverpool area.

They were all travelling on the northbound carriageway in a Subaru Forester.

Specialist family liaison officers have visited and are supporting their next of kin.

Our thoughts are very much with the loved ones of all the people who died and were injured in this collision.

– Avon and Somerset Police

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