A MAN has been charged in connection with the deaths of three teenage girls in a horror crash in Huddersfield.
The three died when the car in which they were passengers crashed in Wakefield Road, Waterloo.
Now a 24-year-old man from Batley has been charged with three counts of dangerous driving.
A 30-year-old man from Dewsbury, who was also arrested has been released without charge.
The girls were Gemma Cost, 15, and Ursula Alokolar, 16, both from Batley and Natalie Donlan, 16, from Dewsbury.
All were back seat passengers in a silver Ford Fiesta involved in a head-on collision with a van in Waterloo last September.
Two men who were also in the car, the 26-year-old driver and his 21-year-old front seat passenger, both from Dewsbury, were also injured.
The 56-year-old van driver, who came from Huddersfield, was also hurt.
The tragedy occurred at 9.50pm on Wakefield Road, Waterloo, close to the entrance to Soccer City and Total Fitness.
The man, who has not been named, will appear before Huddersfield magistrates on March 9.