Man killed in M5 crash near Exeter is named
Police have identified the 47-year-old-man who was killed in a fatal road collision on the M5 northbound on Monday 5th December.
Alan Keith Clements from Hengoed, Oswestry sustained serious injuries in a multiple-vehicle collision involving four cars and a lorry on the motorway between junctions 29 and 28.
The vehicles were involved in a shunt-type collision at the end of a tailback caused by an earlier collision on the same stretch of carriageway in which a woman was seriously injured.
Mr Clements, the driver of a black Ford Focus died at the scene.
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Three other people, one man and two women, suffered minor injuries and were taken to Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
Officers from the Force Serious Collisions Investigation Unit have launched an investigation into the collision and are appealing for witnesses to contact them.