Police investigating the tragic death of a 27-year-old mother in a car crash on the Wendover Bypass have provided an update.

Amy Evans, from Great Kingshill, died on June 7, 2019, following a crash on the A413, and criminal charges are yet to be brought more than two years on.

At a pre-inquest review held at Beaconsfield Coroners Court this morning (Thursday), the court was given an update on the progress of the investigation.

Senior Coroner for Buckinghamshire Crispin Butler said: “The latest update I have from Thame Valley Police is that an expert report has been provided to the Crown Prosecution Service and there may be action from them before Christmas, but no communications have been made to me.

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“I have not been made aware of any homicide charges being brought relating to Amy’s death, and have had no request to suspend the inquest.

“I have not heard of any individual appearing in court to answer such charges.”

Mr Butler adjourned the hearing, with the next pre-inquest review to take place on February 1, 2022.

The tragic crash that resulted in Amy’s death took place at around 4.45pm near Wendover Station. The collision involved three cars, including a VW Golf and a Land Rover Discovery.

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Following her death, Amy’s heartbroken family issued an emotional statement.

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.”