Ten men have been charged following a fatal quad bike crash which killed four young people near Hemsworth last September.
Ryan Beal, 20, Brandon Brown, 20, Alexandra Binns, 18 and Terrie Louise Kirby, 16 - all from Upton - died following the collision, between a quad bike and sports car, on September 27, on the A6201 between Upton and Hemsworth.
Police yesterday charged ten men in connection with the incident.
Daniel Raynor, 23, from Barnsley, has been charged with four counts of death by dangerous driving and two counts of dangerous driving.
Matthew Todd, 21, from Barnsley, has been charged with four counts of aiding and abetting death by dangerous driving
Clark Henfrey, 19, from Barnsley, has been charged with dangerous driving and with encouraging and assisting in the commission of a dangerous driving offence.
Stephen Hebden, 22, Lee Fisher, 28, from Barnsley, Sam Rowley, 19, from Sheffield, Mark Mason, 23, from Barnsley, Jack Dickinson-Ellis, 19, from Barnsley, Jake Hackleton, 20, from Barnsley and Nathan Jackson, 20, from Barnsley have all been charged with encouraging and assisting in the commission of a dangerous driving offence.
All the men are on bail and due to appear at Wakefield Magistrates Court on Wednesday, May 4.