Police were called to the M58 near Wigan at around 10.10am on January 8 following reports of an accident involving a Mercedes lorry, a Ford Transit van and an Audi and a Ford Fiesta. The collision happened in queuing traffic following an earlier incident on the M58 where two people, a 50-year-old woman and a 14-year-old boy also died. The driver of the Ford, a 91-year-old woman from Orrell, suffered serious head, chest and leg injuries.
She was taken to Aintree Hosptial for treatment but died yesterday (Wednesday).
All those injured were treated at Aintree Hospital.
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