Tributes have been paid to four men who died in a road traffic collision near the village of Heath and Reach this weekend.
Zahir Baig, Sahir Iqbal, Jason McGovern and Mohammed Uddin were all in the vehicle when it was involved in a serious collision near the Flying Fox roundabout on the A5, just past Little Brickhill, at around 3.40am on Sunday 10th October.
Emergency services attended following reports that a car was alight in a field.
The casualties were confirmed by police following "highly complex work" by emergency services.
No other vehicles or people were involved.
The families have been paying tribute to the four men.
Acting Sergeant David Burstow, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of all those who passed away in this tragic incident.
“The hurt and loss each of these families are feeling is clear from their tributes and we have specially trained officers supporting them however we can.
“I would also like to recognise the efforts of the police and firefighters who have worked so hard following this collision and who have gone about a really difficult job with the utmost skill and professionalism.
“While we have investigated this crash very thoroughly, if anyone does have any information which they feel could be relevant to our enquiries, please do get in touch.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact us via the online reporting centre or by calling 101, referencing Operation Loddon.
Investigators are appealing for witnesses with dashcam footage who may have information about the incident.
Tributes have been paid to four men who died in a road traffic collision in this weekend— Bedfordshire Police (@bedspolice) October 14, 2021
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