Man who died in Epperstone bypass crash identified

A man who died in a collision between two cars in Nottinghamshire has been identified.

A Nissan and a Saab collided on the A6097 on the Epperstone bypass on Friday evening.

Mark Peter Gallagher, 43, from Warwickshire, the driver of the Nissan died. A female passenger in the Saab was also killed but has not been named.

A woman and three children who were also in the Nissan are being treated in hospital.

The woman is in a serious condition and the children are stable, police said.

The male driver of the Saab is also in a serious condition in hospital.

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