The accident, involving six people in their late teens and early 20s, occurred around 3am on August 21 on the M25 in Essex closing the motorway. According to police, the vehicle left the motorway between junctions 28 and 29 and overturned after hitting a small ditch.
Servicemen and women tried desperately to save the festival goers who were on their way home from the Staffordshire festival. The three people who died were thrown from the vehicle, while two passengers received minor injuries. The driver remained trapped in the car for an hour until emergency services managed to cut her out.
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