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 full investigation is being carried out into the circumstances of this collision, which involved a Mercedes box van and two cars.
Three people – a 42-year-old woman and two children, a 12-year-old boy and a 10-year-old girl, remain in a critical but stable condition in hospital.
Family liaison officers are working to support and locate the next of kin of all the victims. It may be some time before formal identification can be concluded. The driver of the lorry, a man in his forties from Worcestershire, has been spoken to and has provided us with an initial statement.
The collision happened near J14 of the M5 earlier this month.
A father from Bristol has been named among the four victims of a "harrowing" crash on the M5 over the weekend.
Police have reopened the M5 after a "horrific" crash on the motorway killed four people over the weekend.