An inquest into the deaths of three men who were killed in a car accident in Wiltshire in December has found all three died as a result of head injuries.
Nathan Cox, 20, Chad McVeigh, 18, and Jordan Taylor, 20, all died when their car hit a lorry in Westbury.
The inquest heard the lorry driver saw Chad McVeigh's car driving at estimated 70mph on West Wilts Trading Estate seconds before crash.
The witness said: ' The car was going way too fast'. The car wedged itself under the lorry's trailer - with all 3 young men inside.
The inquest also heard that the car was in an unroadworthy condition and that Chad McVeigh was 1.4 times over the alcohol limit.
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