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Tribute to couple who died in M6 collision

Posted on - 21st November, 2018 - 10:21am | Author - | Posted in - Fulwood, Preston News, Roads, Transport, Uncategorized
Pat and David Howard

The family of a couple who died in a collision on the M6 have paid tribute to “the kindest, sweetest and most loving people anybody could come across.”

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Emergency services were called to reports of an accident involving four vehicles – an Audi A4, a Vauxhall Vectra, a Volkswagen Transporter and a Citroen CX Athena – close to Junction 31a at around 9.55pm on Sunday.

The driver of the Vauxhall, 58-year-old Patricia Howard from Lancaster, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

Her husband David Howard, 57, a passenger in the Vauxhall was taken to Royal Preston Hospital, but sadly died a short time later.

In a tribute their family said: “They loved life, their friends and their family and even in the hardest of times they always stuck together. They were taken far too soon from this world and from us.

“They were the heart and soul of the family and were always there for myself, Donna and Michael, and lived for all their grandkids.

“As a family we want to thank you for all you did for us, thank you for always being there and thank you for just being you. We hope we will continue to make you both proud, we love you always and forever, until we meet again.”

The occupants of the Audi made off from the scene and were later arrested by police in connection with the incident.

The scene on the M6 during Sunday evening Pic: Highways England
The scene on the M6 during Sunday evening Pic: Highways England

The driver of the Volkswagen, a 47-year-old man from Ulverston and the driver of the Citroen, a 70-year-old man from Galgate, were not injured.

Read more: M6 fully reopened from junction 31 after serious crash

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