INVESTIGATIONS are continuing into a coach crash in which three people died returning home from the Isle of Wight.
The 52-seater coach was travelling back from the Bestival to Merseyside, when it crashed on the A3, killing three people.
*Surrey Police today (Wednesday) named two of the victims who died in the crash. They are the 63-year-old coach driver Colin Daulby of Merseyside and 18-year-old passenger Michael Molloy of the Liverpool area. A third victim has yet to be formally identified.
Police said they were working to establish the exact number of passengers on board the coach when it crashed at around 11.50pm, near the Hindhead Tunnel.
A spokesman said yesterday (Tuesday) a number of casualties were taken to hospitals across the south east and 11 remained in hospital. Police have contacted the families of all those who died.
Surrey Police Assistant Chief Constable Jerry Kirkby said: "This hasbeen a tragic day for the families of the deceased and a traumaticincident for all those involved. Surrey Police has been workingtirelessly to keep people informed and it will be some time before thefull facts have been established.
"My thoughts are with those who havesuffered as a result of this incident and I would ask people to respecttheir privacy."