A man who died in a crash on the M4-M5 interchange at Almondsbury Interchange last week has been named.
60-year-old David Naish was on his motorbike when when it collided with a car at around 6.30am on Tuesday last week [October 29].
Mr Naish was seriously injured and later died at the scene, and three others were taken to hospital.
His family have described him as 'the most wonderful husband, father and friend'.
A 21-year-old was arrested shortly after the incident but released under investigation the same day.
Police have issued a fresh appeal for information surrounding the crash, and are asking anyone who seen the vehicles in the lead up to the incident to come forward.
The family of Mr Naish have issued a moving tribute to their 'role model' and 'soul mate'.