M4 Wiltshire van crash: Third killed man named by police

Steven Sheldon Steven Sheldon, 35, of Mountain Ash was among three killed

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A man who died days after a crash on the M4 in Wiltshire has been named by police.

Five men were travelling in a van which collided with a lorry on the hard shoulder near Chippenham on 9 June.

Steven Sheldon, 35, of Mountain Ash in south Wales was among three killed, police said. A fourth man is in hospital in a critical condition.

A 37-year-old man from Aberdare was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

He has been released on police bail until August pending further inquiries.

Two other men who died in the crash were named as Martin Williams 36, from Trecynon and James Stark, 37, of Mountain Ash.

The M4 westbound was closed for a total of nine hours while the vehicles were recovered.

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