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Police say formal identification of the victims of the M5 collision on Saturday will not be completed this week.
Four people died in the collision, which happened between J15 and 14 in South Gloucestershire.
One of the victims was named yesterday as 46-year-old Adrian Beaumont, from Bristol.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary say they are still examining the vehicles.
Highways England says the M5 northbound between junctions 16 and 14 has been fully reopened following the serious incident in South Gloucestershire on Saturday.
One lane had remained closed between junction 15 and junction 14 while police investigations continued.
The carriageway reopened fully at 5pm.
Highways England says drivers should be aware of residual delays in the area.
Police say they are still investigating the scene of the M5 collision in South Gloucestershire in which four people sadly died.
One lane of the northbound carriageway between J15 and J14 remains closed.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary say this closure is likely to remain in place for a few more hours.
Police say their thoughts remain with the families of all the victims.
A woman whose partner is stuck on the M5 after a fatal crash earlier this afternoon says that Ocado workers have been giving out free food to stranded motorists.
Highways England is urging motorists to try to avoid the area around a fatal crash which has killed "at least four people" on the M5.
There are around five miles of tailbacks, and the advice is to stay away.