Pregnant mum of two dies following motorway collision - sons and nephew still fighting for lives in hospital
Police have confirmed a pregnant mother of two has died aged 38. She died after being involved in a motorway crash at the weekend.
The news comes after the pregnant mother named Frankie Jules-Hough, 38, was critically injured in a motorway crash on the M66 in Bury, Greater Manchester. Ms. Jules Hough's son Tommy, nine, and nephew Tobias Spencer, four, were both critically injured in the collision and remain in hospital.
Ms. Jules Hough's other son, Rocky, two, was also hurt. A 22 year-old man named Adil Iqbal was arrested at the scene. Mr. Iqbal appeared in court on Monday afternoon where he was charged with three counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
Iqbal was remanded in custody and is due to appear in Manchester Crown Court on June 19.
Ms. Jules Hough was, according to a GoFundMe.com page set-up by a friend, 18 weeks pregnant. The fundraising page has already raised more than £25,000 to help the family.
"Life can be turned upside down in the blink of an eye," reads the GoFundMe page. "On Saturday May 13, Frankie Hough, along with her two children Tommy (9), Rocky (2) and her 4 year old Nephew Tobias were driving on the M66 when they were devastatingly involved in a horrific major car crash."