Wednesbury, West Midlands. Collision with Volkswagen Bora on Walsall Road at the junction with Beaconview Road.
Struck by Seat Leon on Lightbowne Road, Moston, near the junction with Nuthurst Road. Ms Wood died in hospital on March 27.
Lincoln. Collision with bus at the junction of Wragby Road and Ruskin Avenue.
Mahad was crossing the A45 Coventry Road in Sheldon, at a marked crossing, on his bicycle when he was struck by a Toyota driven by David Belle, 65. He sustained serious injuries and later died in hospital.
Belle had misunderstood the traffic lights, observing the green lights for a slip road to his side but not the read lights controlling the crossing.
Belle admitted causing death by careless driving. He was banned from driving for one year, given 100 hours’ unpaid work, and received a 12-month suspended sentence (suspended for 18 months).
Collision with a BMW car on Union Road, Camelon, at the junction with Stark Avenue.
Collision with skip lorry on Crickets Lane in Ashton near the Park Parade Roundabout.
Collision with green Citroen Saxo on the A510 near the junction with Sidegate Lane at Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Sustained injuries which proved fatal the following day.
Ashcroft was struck from behind by driver Angela Willshire, who did not see him despite his lights and high-visibility jacket, and who could not explain her error. At the time, her licence had been revoked by the DVLA (for reasons unknown) but she was allegedly unaware of this.
A collision investigator estimated that Aschroft would have been visible to Willshire for more than five seconds prior to the collision.
Willshire was convicted of causing death by careless driving on 23 November at Northampton Crown Court. She was sentenced to five months’ imprisonment (of which she is likely to serve half) and was banned from driving for two years.