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The wife of a man killed in a tragic lorry crash in Bath has released an emotional tribute to her husband.
Newlywed Stephen Vaughan, 34, an executive taxi driver from Wales, was picking up two businessmen to drive them home when the 32-tonne tipper truck hit his car. All three men were killed instantly.
Mr Vaughan is described as dedicated to his family and a well-respected businessman with an 'infectious' smile.
She also expressed her sympathies for the other families affected by the tragedy, and thanked the emergency services and the local community for everything they had done for the family.
Mr Vaughan was one of four people killed in the tragic accident on Lansdown Lane, in the Weston area of Bath.
It has emerged that the young driver involved in Monday's devastating lorry crash in Bath had only qualified for his HGV licence three months before the tragedy.
19-year-old Philip Potter was taken to hospital with minor injuries following the accident on Lansdown Lane in which four people died, including a four-year-old girl.
Witnesses have said he repeatedly sounded his horn, in an apparent attempt to avert an accident.
The young driver, who lives near Chippenham, was driving for Wiltshire-based firm Grittenham Haulage Ltd when the crash happened.
The police investigation continues.
Police have identified the three men who died in the Bath truck crash tragedy on Monday.
59-year-old Robert Parker from Cwmbran in Wales was killed along with Western Power boss Phillip Allen when a lorry overturned on top of their car on Lansdown Lane. The chauffeur, 34-year-old Stephen Vaughan also died. Mr Allen and Mr Vaughan were both from Swansea.
Four-year-old pedestrian Mitzi Rosanna Steady died instantly when she was hit by the truck. She was walking with her grandmother, Margaret Rogers, who remains in hospital.
The driver involved in Monday's tipper truck crash in Bath, in which four people died, repeatedly sounded his horn in an apparent attempt to avert an accident, witnesses have told police.
Avon and Somerset Police have spoken "briefly" to the driver, who has minor injuries and is still in hospital.
The grandmother of the little girl killed by yesterday's Lansdown Lane tragedy had moved to Bath just two months ago to help look after her grandchildren.
4-year-old Mitzi Rosanna Steady died after she was hit by a tipper truck while walking to Weston All Saint's Primary School. Her grandmother was also hit in the tragedy and is being treated in hospital.
A friend of the family has spoken of the tragedy.
Flowers placed in tribute to the victims of yesterday's lorry accident are to be moved to a nearby church.
The Morovian Church has offered that they be placed next to the memorial tree, which is also part of Weston Free Church at the bottom of Lansdown Lane.
Bath & North East Somerset Council has taken the decision to move the flowers to this spot as a more suitable area for people to visit or leave their own offerings.
Books of condolence have also been placed in Weston Library and Bath Library as a more permanent way for people to show their respects.
Just over 24 hours after the collision which killed four people, Lansdown Lane in Bath has reopened.
Police are still in the area and continuing with their investigation.
Today a shocked community in Bath mourns the tragedy which saw four people killed by an out-of-control truck on Lansdown Road yesterday afternoon.
We spoke to residents in the area, who told us the brutality of what has happened has left them devastated.
The victims of the tragedy have been named as a four-year-old girl who was walking with her grandmother, a newlywed chauffeur and two Welsh businessmen. The little girl's grandmother remains critically ill at Southmead Hospital this evening.
A packed church service this morning paid tribute to the victims. Bath and North East Somerset Council will be placing books of condolence at Weston Library and Bath Library for people to pay their respects.
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Grittenham Haulage Ltd has spent the day in talks with its solicitors after the tragic crash that left four dead, ITV News understands.
Emotional tributes have been paid to the victims of the Bath lorry crash, as the community struggles to come to terms with the tragedy.