The father of one of the Burnley Tunnel crash victims has given his full support to the coroner's recommendations.

Hartley Sporn, the father of crash victim Darren Sporn, 37, said that "lane changing should not happen".

"What the coroner has recommended I fully agree with," he told radio station 3AW on Thursday morning.

But Mr Sporn said he would go further. "Trucks I think should be made to travel in one lane only. They should not be allowed to turn out of that lane except for emergency reasons," he said.

"The speed limit should be reduced and fines should be increased dramatically."

Mr Sporn said that he still refused to drive through the tunnel and that he only found out about the coroner's findings on the radio.