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    Three killed and 50 passengers taken to hospital after vehicle hits tree returning from music festival The driver, named by his boss Dave Hannell as 63 year old Colin Daulby, was among the dead. The other two fatalities had coach factory outlet online store not been named last night. Mr Hannell said: "Nobody seemed to coach shoulder bag outlet know what happened as they were coach outlet factory online all asleep. I can only assume coach outlet store online sale he's had a heart attack and steered off the road unconscious. I'm gutted." Some of the passengers suffered "life changing" injuries. Others had "serious limb, head, chest and spinal damage" after getting trapped in the wreckage. Investigation officer Insp Richard Mallett said: "We believe some people might lose limbs." He added that 13 victims were last night in hospital. He spoke as other survivors started arriving home after Monday's horror smash near Hindhead, Surrey. They were all from the Liverpool area. Passenger Thomas Ledson was treated for shock. His mum said: "He's lucky. He knew the lads who died. They were all good mates. He's devastated." Investigation: Police are trying to discover why the coach left the road Fears were last night growing that an 18 year old festival goer may have been killed in the crash but not yet identified as he was travelling on someone else's ticket. Michael Molloy had been due to return home on coach bags outlet store the coach but he has not been heard of since. Pals put out a Twitter appeal on behalf of distraught mum Frances to find him. The passengers had travelled to Bestival on the Isle of Wight last Wednesday aboard the Merseypride coach. Mr Hannell insisted the vehicle was roadworthy and said Mr Daulby, of Warrington, Cheshire, was a "safety conscious and careful" driver. The driver's neighbour Tom McLaughlin, 65, added: "He was a hard worker who loved driving his bus. He had two sons." coach factory outlet store locations
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