Pair charged after two men die in…

Pair charged after two men die in M62 horror crash
2020-09-28 15:59:00
Two East Yorkshire men have been charged in connection with a horrific crash that killed two men on the M62 near Goole over two years ago. On the morning of April 3, 2018, a caravan transporter travelling westbound crashed through the motorway's central reservation and collided with a black Lexus travelling in the opposite direction. Both the driver and front passenger in the Lexus, both from the Manchester area, died as a result of the crash. Nigel Eley, 41, died at the scene, while John-Paul Cassidy, 37, passed away in hospital 10 days later. Mr Cassidy had been engaged to be married in August 2019 and left behind two brothers, parents and a large network of friends. His family described him at the time as “loyal, generous, charismatic and above all fun loving”, adding that he was “sorely missed”. Mr Eley, a married father and “dedicated” under-9s football coach in Urmston, Greater Manchester, was described as a “genuinely great guy”, with a minute's applause held at grassroots football matches across Manchester on the weekend after his death. Drivers were trapped in their cars for more than 12 hours after the crash, while Humberside Police officers began a “serious and complex investigation” into the incident. Now, nearly two-and-a-half years later, officers have charged two men in relation to the incident. M62 crash victims John Paul Cassidy and Nigel Eley A spokesperson for Humberside Police said: “Two men appeared at Hull Magistrates Court today (Monday, September 28) in connection with a road traffic collision that killed two men on the M62 at Goole on the 3 April 2018. The M62 motorway closed for over 18 hours following the collision. “A caravan transporter travelling westbound, crashed through the central reservation colliding with a black Lexus motor car travelling eastbound. Watch: Traffic being diverted off the M62 after the crash Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will start in8Cancel Play now “Both the driver and the front seat passenger
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