Order of service for Mr Goodlad's funeral PC Goodlad was described by colleagues as a very experienced road traffic officer
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* Man bailed over policeman crash
* Policeman killed in m-way smash
The funeral service has taken place of a policeman who was killed in a collision on the M1 near Wakefield after stopping to help a woman.
PC Mark Goodlad, 41, from East Yorkshire, was hit after going to the aid of a woman who had broken down on the hard shoulder of the carriageway.
The funeral, with full police honours, took place at Wakefield Cathedral.
A 44-year-old lorry driver, from Oldham, was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
He has since been bailed.
PC Goodlad, from Goole, was in a marked police car when the crash happened between junctions 40 and 39 on 24 October.
West Yorkshire's chief constable Sir Norman Bettison said the officer had "paid the ultimate sacrifice".
"The force has lost one of our best, one of our finest," he said.
"He was committed, he was compassionate and he was caring.
"They are the fundamental foundations for policing."
The Reverend Paul Wilcock, West Yorkshire Police's force chaplain, said he had been "impressed" by the amount of cards, phone calls and emails the force had received from members of the public expressing their sympathy over PC Goodlad's death.
Mr Wilcock said he had been an "exemplary" member of the force.
"Mark encompassed everything that was good about a good police officer," he added.