FIVE men have been charged with causing the deaths of a Huddersfield woman and her husband in a motorbike crash.
Dean and Helen Slater died when their motorbike and a car collided on the A162 between Tadcaster and Sherburn in Elmet last August.
Helen Slater, nee Moyle, 37, originally came from Huddersfield where her family still live.
She left the town when she was 18 and became a solicitor in Bradford, specialising in mental health.
Her husband Dean, 40, was riding the bike with Helen as pillion passenger when the tragedy happened.
The couple were thrown from their bike and died instantly.
Five men were arrested in connection with the death of the couple in November.
Three of the five men, come from the Bradford area.
North Yorkshire Police said all five men had been riding motorcycles at the time of the crash.
Four of the men, aged 26, 28, 29 and 31, have each been charged with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.
The fifth man, a 36-year-old, has been charged with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving and two counts of causing death by dangerous driving while uninsured.
Police said they are due to appear at Selby Magistrates’ Court on March 31 in relation to the charges.