Two victims of a coach that crashed on its way back from a music festival have been formally identified today by police.
The coach driver who died on the A3 in Surrey late on Monday evening has been named as Colin Daulby, 63, from Warrington.
An 18-year-old passenger who also died has been named as Michael Molloy - a talented local musician - from Woolton, South Liverpool. He was a member of the aspiring Liverpool-based band Hostile Radio.
On the group's Facebook page Andy Paton wrote: "RIP Mike just can't believe it. So much talent, and a great lad."
A third victim who died has yet to be formally identified, Surrey Police said.
The vehicle was returning to Merseyside from the Bestival event on the Isle of Wight with mainly young people on board when it careered off the road and hit a tree near Hindhead just before midnight.
It left the A3 on a bend between the Hindhead tunnel and the exit for Thursley and hit an oak tree on an embankment.
All 50 survivors from the crash were taken to hospital, many of them with serious "life-changing" injuries, Surrey Police said. Eleven casualties remain in hospital.
No other vehicles were involved and officers are working to establish whether the coach may have been overloaded, as despite there appearing to be 53 people on board, the vehicle only had 51 passenger seats.
The deaths have now been referred to the coroner, a police spokesman said.