Police have confirmed that no arrests have been made and the investigation remains ongoing following a fatal car crash which killed a 27-year-old mother on the Wendover bypass in June.

Amy Evans died at the scene on Friday, June 7, following the horrific crash, which involved three cars and happened at around 4.45pm near Wendover Railway Station.

The crash also involved a Land Rover Discovery and a VW Golf.

At a pre-inquest review on Thursday, senior Buckinghamshire coroner Crispin Butler deferred the review until January as the investigation into the crash was still ongoing.

A Thames Valley Police spokesperson also confirmed that the investigation remains ongoing, saying: ”we are continuing to investigate this, no arrests have yet been made.”

Amy's family released an emotional tribute to her following the crash, describing their pain at her loss.

They said: "We are absolutely devastated by the sudden and tragic loss of our beautiful Amy.

“Amy was a wonderful mother, partner to Jack, daughter, sister, granddaughter and friend who brought joy to everyone she met and will be greatly missed by so many.

“We would like to thank the members of the public who helped at the scene and the Thames Valley Police and the Ambulance Service for the wonderful support which they have provided to the family.

“We would also like to thank the nursing teams in the Accident and Emergency, High Dependency and Intensive Care units at John Radcliffe Hospital for the faultless care that they provided to the children who were so seriously injured in this tragic accident.

“This will be the only statement we will be releasing on this matter and would request that our privacy and that of Amy’s friends is respected at this desperately difficult time.”