Two men killed in A63 crash reported as survivor fighting for life at hospital

Two men killed in Monday’s A63 crash with a East Yorkshire mother have been named locally.

Willy Harty, from Leeds, has been named as one of the two men in the white BMW that was involved in the crash on the westbound lane Monday evening.

The BMW collided with a Peugeot driven by 43-year-old Elloughton mother Alison Clark, who also died.

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It is reported that Willy has a young daughter while his girlfriend is pregnant with her second child.

Willy’s friend Lawrence James also reportedly died in the crash, while comrade Sam Connors remains in the hospital and fights for his life.



Both Willy Harty and Lawrence James have been named as two of the victims who died on the A63
Willy Harty and Lawrence James have been named as two of the victims who died on the A63

Relatives said Lawrence, also from Leeds, was engaged to marry his girlfriend.

Willy’s partner paid tribute to him and wrote on Facebook how the two had been together for nine years since they were teenagers.

“I miss you Willy can not get you out of my head,” wrote his partner.

“Why did God do this to us?” she added.

Another friend paid tribute to Lawrence, asking people to keep his family “in your prayers.”

Humberside Police have not yet officially named the victims of Monday night’s crash.

Alison Clark’s husband, who also died, paid tribute to his wife a heartbreaking tribute this week where she describes her as a “beautiful soul”.



Alison Clark, pictured with her husband Rob and their daughter Emily, died in a crash on the A63
Alison Clark, pictured with her husband Rob and their daughter Emily, died in a crash on the A63

Rob Clark told Hull Live: “It’s like getting your heart torn out. I can not understand it. I keep expecting her to walk through the door. I feel a huge sense of loss.

“I feel incredibly, incredibly sad to lose her and over the thought that Emily will grow up without her mother. She was such a wonderful woman and mother.

“She wanted to look after her interests in everything. She wanted to help her pursue her dreams.



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“She was a warrior when it came to taking care of people’s interests, including our daughter’s.”

Humberside Police have referred himself to the police watchdog, IOPC over the crash, after confirming that it had been involved in an incident with one of the vehicles prior to the collision around 10pm that night.

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