This is the first picture of a dad-of-two killed when a lorry ploughed by a executive reservation on the M5 as he gathering with his partner and children.
Adrian Beaumont, 46, was pushing his Seat Leon between Junction 14 and 15 in Gloucestershire with his partner and their two children in the automobile when the pile-up took place.
A sum of 4 people were killed in the smash, which took place at around 2.30pm on Saturday.
A Mercedes box outpost crashed by the executive barriers and hit the family’s car, as good as another automobile in which 3 people – who have not been named – died.
Adrian died at the stage but his partner, aged 42, and their 12-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter were discovered from the wreckage.
Both children are now in a fast condition in Bristol Children’s Hospital, but his partner is still fighting for her life and is being treated in Southmead Hospital in Bristol.
Police are still trying to snippet the next-of-kin of the 3 other people killed in the pile-up in South Gloucestershire, and have not nonetheless expelled sum of the second automobile which was involved.
The outpost driver, a man in his 40s from Worcestershire was interviewed under counsel after being taken to hospital as a precaution.
A orator for Avon and Somerset Constabulary said: “The family of a man who died in the deadly collision on the M5 in South Gloucestershire on Saturday have expelled a photo of him.
“Adrian Beaumont, 46, from Bristol, died at the stage of the collision.
“Adrian was pushing a Seat Leon, with his 42-year-old partner and their two children, aged 12 and 10, also in the car.
“His partner and the two children sojourn in hospital. The children are now in a fast condition however his partner is still described as critical.
“The family have asked for remoteness at this very formidable time.”