Another victim of the multi-car crash in Birmingham that left six people dead has been named.
Kasar Jehangir, 25, is thought to have been travelling in an Audi with Tauqeer Hussain, 26, and Mohammed Fasha, 30, who were also killed, and a fourth man, aged 22, who was seriously injured.
The car was in a crash with a taxi in the early hours of Sunday.
Taxi driver Imtiaz Mohammed, a man aged 42 and a woman, 43, died after the vehicle was smashed on its side.
Mr Mohammed, 33, described by relatives as a “happy, loving and friendly guy”, was on his last job before heading home to his wife and family, according to his brother.
It is understood Mr Jehangir, Mr Fasha and Mr Hussain were thrown from the Audi, thought to be a powerful S3 model, in the pile-up on Belgrave Middleway near the city centre.
The family of Mr Mohammed, who had five daughters and one son, said his death came the day before his daughter’s fourth birthday.
West Midlands Police said all victims were from the Birmingham area and specialist officers were supporting their families.
Any witnesses have been asked to contact West Midlands Police.