A man has been killed after being struck by four vehicles on the M66 in Greater Manchester.
Detectives believe the man was walking along the northbound lanes of the motorway between junctions two and three when he was hit by an Audi A5.
The victim was then struck by three vehicles on the southbound carriageway.
Greater Manchester Police were called to the motorway at about 1.57am on Saturday, but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Officers have arrested a 19-year-old man on suspicion of driving under the influence, and he remains in police custody.
Sergeant Helen Hallworth, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, has appealed for any dashcam footage from motorists who were driving in the area at the time, as it will assist her team in investigating the "tragic death".
She added: "We believe we have identified this man and we have now spoken to his next of kin.
"However, we still need witnesses who may have seen this man walking up the motorway to contact us as a matter of urgency."
The number of crashes involving police cars pursuing vehicles and responding to 999 calls, is increasing in London, figures show.
Between April 2015 and April 2016 there were 1,748 collisions involving police vehicles - 256 more crashes than in 2013/14.
In 2015/16 there were 498 collisions involving police cars pursuing other vehicles - an increase of 64 crashes on the previous year.
The new figures, obtained by Conservative London Assembly member Steve O'Connell, come after a series of serious incidents involving police cars in London.
"The safety of both police officers and the general public has to be the highest priority during high-speed pursuits and responses.
"Clearly there is a need for police vehicles to drive at high speeds in emergency situations but it is a worrying trend to see an increase in the number of collisions and one that must be reversed.
"It is vitally important that police pursuits are conducted as safely as possible. I'll be asking the Mayor to look closely at this increase and to assess ways in which the risks can be reduced for all involved."
Ex priest jailed for 12 years over child sex abuse charges
A former Catholic priest has been jailed for 12 years after admitting abusing 12 boys and one girl.
Philip Temple, 66, admitted the historical child sex abuse charges that date back to the 1970s.
He also admitted lying whilst under oath almost two decades ago when he was cleared of child sex abuse charges against a young boy.
The victim told the court he self-harmed, became a recluse and even tried to take his own life after the previous trials. Judge Christopher Hehir apologised to the victim saying, "I am sorry justice was not done when you came to court in 1998 and 1999."
Temple abused boys and a girl whilst working as a social worker in Lambeth and Wandsworth in the 1970s. He became a priest in 1988 and served at a church in Cockfosters where he abused a further two children.
Catholic priest pleads guilty to 27 counts of historical sexual assault against children in his care
A Catholic priest has pleaded guilty to 27 counts of historical sexual assault against children in his care.
Philip Temple, 66, worked in various children's care homes around London in the 1970s before being ordained as a priest.
Temple, who had previously pleaded guilty to 20 non-recent sexual abuse and perjury charges at Croydon Crown Court in April, admitted seven further counts of non-recent sexual assault when he appeared for trial at Woolwich Crown Court.
Temple was employed by Wandsworth Borough Council, at Woking Close and Hertfield House between 1972 and 1974, before working for Lambeth Borough Council between 1974 and 1977 at Rowan House in Croydon.
He carried out the offences against both boys and girls residing in the care homes over the five-year period.
He then changed career path to become a priest and served at Christ the King Monastery, Vita Et Pax in Cockfosters where he abused two altar boys.
One of these victims made allegations that led to two trials during which Temple perjured himself by continually maintaining his innocence.
Temple has since pleaded guilty to perjury in relation to those proceedings.
He was arrested in July 2015 as part of Operation Trinity, which was launched after two allegations of abuse were reported to police in November 2012.
The investigation was launched by detectives from Scotland Yard's Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command after information was received by officers that implicated Temple in multiple offences.
Temple was employed to care for the vulnerable children whose trust he betrayed by subjecting them to abuse.
We take very seriously any allegations of sexual abuse reported to us.
If anyone believes they have been a victim I would urge them to contact the Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command Team.
We have specially trained officers who are here to listen, investigate, and bring offenders to justice.
– DETECTIVE CHIEF INSPECTOR JIM WINGRAVE, OF THE MET'S SEXUAL OFFENCES, EXPLOITATION AND CHILD ABUSE COMMAND
Temple, of no fixed address, is due to be sentenced later this month.