M40 taxi crash victim Raghavendra Nagareddy 'deeply loved'

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Raghavendra Nagareddy
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Raghavendra Nagareddy was on his way to Heathrow Airport when the taxi crashed

An Indian businessman killed when a taxi overturned on the M40 near Oxford was "deeply loved", his family said.

Raghavendra Nagareddy, 27, was one of six men visiting the UK on business when the taxi crashed on 5 May.

Three of the men remain in hospital, one in a critical condition while the other two have serious injuries.

Police have renewed an appeal for anyone who saw the silver Mercedes people carrier before it crashed through the central reservation.

The taxi ended up on the northbound carriageway, between junction 8 for Thame and 9 at Bicester.

The family of Mr Nagareddy, from Karnataka, said in a statement: "Deeply loved and mourned by father Nagareddy.D, mother Shakunthalamma and wife Hemamalini and family."

The other two passengers, a 43-year-old man and a 58-year-old man, both from Bangalore, have been released from hospital after treatment.

The driver of the taxi sustained minor injuries.

The men were on their way to Heathrow Airport after a business trip.

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