Inquests open into deaths of four people in A64 collision

The inquests into the deaths of the four people who died in a collision on the A64 near Scampston on July 22, have been opened and adjourned.

Thursday, 4th August 2016, 9:57 am
Updated Thursday, 4th August 2016, 11:10 am
Derek and Joy Green

The people who died are Joy Green, 60, Derek Green, 63, both from Scarborough and Paul Christopher Dockerty, 58, and Susan Mary Dockerty, 57, both from Leeds.

The inquests were opened and adjourned on Tuesday.

The family of Derek and Joy Green have issued the following statement:

"Mum and dad were amazing, enthusiastic people who did so much in their lives and were always busy doing the things they loved.

"Their lives revolved around their family and community and Scarborough where they lived and were involved in so many things in the community.

"They will be sorely missed, both by ourselves and many others, as we have been shown by all the kind messages we have received since this news emerged.

"All four people in the car that day were very much beloved by us and we will feel their loss."