The inquest into the deaths of the four people who died in the tipper truck crash in Weston last month is expected to start today at Bristol’s Coroner’s Court.
A Scania tipper truck lorry carrying aggregate collided with two pedestrians and several vehicles in Lansdown Lane, Bath, just after 4pm on Monday 9th February.
The lorry then overturned onto a Volvo near the bottom of the hill.
Three men who were in the car died at the scene from their injuries.
Four-year-old Mitzi also died at the scene of the collision.
She had been walking with her grandmother, who sustained life-changing injuries.
A fundraising page for the road safety charity Brake has been set up in Mitzi’s name and has already received over £20,000.
You can donate here.
Robert Parker aged 59 from Cwmbran, Phillip Allan aged 52 from Swansea and Stephen Vaughan aged 34 from Swansea died in the crash.
Two men were arrested last month, on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence.
Both have been released on police bail pending further enquiries.