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Funeral for crash death brothers
Taylor funeral
The service was held at Bolsover Castle
The funeral of two brothers who died in a head-on car crash has been held at a Derbyshire castle.

Joshua, 7, and Leon Taylor, 4, died near their home in Shuttlewood whilst on the way home from a swimming trip in their mother's Renault car.

Three men, including two brothers, travelling in a Ford Sierra car also died in the accident on 22 September.

A private memorial service for the boys was held at English Heritage's Bolsover Castle.

A 17-year-old motorcyclist was arrested after the crash. He was questioned and has been released on police bail.

The others who died in the accident were brothers Kenneth and Martin Jones, 25 and 22, and Andrew Darnell, 21, all from Bolsover.

The boy's mother was seriously injured in the crash along with her 13-year-old nephew.

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