POLICE investigating a road tragedy which killed a father-of-three have arrested a man.
Leigh Sedgwick, 28, died when his Subaru Impreza smashed into a lamp-post on the roundabout near the Asda store on Bradford Road, Huddersfield at 6am on Saturday.
Just before the crash the Subaru was seen with an old-style, blue VW Golf.
Police were anxious to speak to people who were in this car and appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
Police confirmed this morning that a man was arrested overnight. But no further information has been released.
A police spokeswoman said the man would be questioned during today.
Since the tragedy the lamp-post has been covered in flowers. Friends and family have also held a vigil at the scene.
Three other people were passengers in Leigh's car. Two of them are still in Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Leigh was a DJ in Huddersfield for several years under his nickname Sedgy.
He was particularly well-known at Abrahams - which has now shut down - and other pubs and clubs.
He leaves three young sons.
His funeral will be tomorrow.
His coffin will be in a horse-drawn hearse, which will leave Alandale Road in Bradley at 10am.
It will then tour Bradley, where Leigh was born and brought up, before arriving at Christ Church in Woodhouse Hill at 11am.
After the funeral he will be buried in the graveyard there.
His family have asked for all the men to wear black and all the women to wear white at the funeral, because the two colours were Leigh's favourites.
An inquest into his death opened yesterday and was adjourned for further police inquiries.