Two people who died in a crash involving a lorry and a minibus on the M4 motorway were from a school for people with autism, it has emerged.
The victims were staff members at Prior’s Court School, and were travelling in the minibus.
The motorway was closed for more than nine hours after the crash, in Berkshire, at 12:20 BST on Thursday.
The school in Thatcham confirmed three young adults and three other members of staff were also in the minibus.
The injured staff suffered serious injuries, the school said.