A motorist who was killed in a head-on car crash in Dorset has been named by police.
Mark Szuler, aged 38, was on holiday with his family when the accident happened on the B3157 at Portesham, near Weymouth, last Friday.
His Vauxhall Cavalier, in which he was travelling with his partner and her three young children, collided with a Rover 200.
Mr Szuler, a lorry driver of Greenlands Road, Chelmsley Wood, suffered multiple injuries and was declared dead at the scene.
His partner's 12-year-old son, a rear seat passenger, suffered serious head injuries and is in a "stable" condition in hospital in Southampton.
The Rover driver, Richard Ford, aged 44, a carvery manager from Abbotsbury, near Weymouth, was taken to hospital where he died from his injuries.
The 33-year-old woman and her three children were all taken to Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester.
The mother, from Birmingham, suffered only minor injuries.
Her 11-year-old daughter suffered abdominal injuries and is "stable and improving". Police said her eight-year-old son was "fine".