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Liverpool Echo
Ellen Kirwin

Man killed in horror car crash on M62 named

A man who was killed in a crash on the M62 has been named.

Liverpool Crown Court heard that Paul Loller, from Wirral, was driving on the motorway, near Warrington, when he was involved in a crash. The 61-year-old had been driving his Skoda when Shaun Tinsley crashed into him driving a Mercedes.

The crash took place at around 3.45am, on Saturday, April 29, on the motorway, near Warrington. Police immediately started to search for Tinsley, who left the scene of the crash.

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Mr Loller, 61, was rushed to hospital but died of his injuries. Days later, Tinsley, 28, was arrested by police at a hotel in Mold, North Wales, on Friday, May 5.

The 28-year-old of Deysbrook Way, Liverpool, was charged with causing death by dangerous driving, with failing to stop following a collision, failing to report a collision and driving without insurance. After pleading guilty at Liverpool Crown Court, today Tinsley will be sentenced.

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