Two brothers and a boy, 15, who were among five people killed when a stolen car crashed into a tree in Leeds have been named.
The family of Ellis and Elliott Thornton, aged 12 and 15, have confirmed they were killed in the crash in the Meanwood area of the city shortly before 10pm on Saturday.
The pair's sister Ebony paid tribute on Facebook, saying she was "full of pain" and "lost for words", adding: "I will never ever forget you ever, I love you so much."
Police described being confronted by a scene of "complete carnage" when they reached the location of the collision involving a Renault Clio.
Darnell Harte, who is thought to be 15, a 24-year-old man and a 28-year-old man also died in the tragedy on Stonegate Road.
Two 15-year-old boys have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and remain in custody
A police spokesman said that while only one vehicle had been involved, it was not yet clear whether the victims and suspects had all been in the car.
"Whether they were all in the car or whether some of [the victims] were pedestrians we can't say at this point in time," he said. "We have the road closed, an investigation in place and we are trying to find out what has occurred.” the force said.