The two people killed in a car crash on the M25 on Saturday (July 15) have been named as husband and wife Patrick and Nancy Ward.
The couple, who had been married for 17 years and had six children, were travelling home to London after a family wedding in Hampshire.
Police were called to junction 12 on the anticlockwise carriageway at about 3.10am following a crash involving a people carrier, driven by the Wards, and a heavy goods vehicle.
A third vehicle was also involved. The occupants of that vehicle, and the HGV, were uninjured.
Mr and Mrs Ward were from Castlebar in Ireland.
In a post on the Travellers Gossip Facebook page, Mr Ward's uncle, Tom McDonagh, said his father, Charlie, and his family were "in bits" after the accident.
He said: "Charlie lost a son, as well as a daughter, in this terrible accident. Patrick and Nancy were 17 years married.
"They have six children aged between three and 16 years of age."
The Surrey coroner confirmed it had received a file for Patrick Ward. Surrey Police would not confirm the names of the deceased.
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