Lantern parade held in memory of Dominic O’Neill, Kyle Warren and Billy Hines who were killed in Pulham Market crash
PUBLISHED: 13:22 07 April 2017 | UPDATED: 19:03 07 April 2017
Adam Dingo Kerry
A lantern parade has taken place in Eye for the three teenagers who were killed in a car crash in Pulham Market.
Hundreds of people gathered at Eye Airfield on Thursday night and released Chinese lanterns in memory of Kyle Warren, Dominic O’Neill and Billy Hines.
The three teens were killed following the crash on Tivetshall Road - near the A140 roundabout - on Wednesday night.
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Emergency crews attended the single vehicle collision involving a black Ford Ka but, despite the best efforts of the emergency services, the three young males died at the scene.
The road remained closed for the majority of the day as police embarked on a long recovery operation to clear up the area after the crash.
Archbishop Sancroft High School in Harleston opened their doors this morning to offer support to pupils affected by the tragic news.
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The school tweeted: “Our whole school community is shocked and saddened by this tragic news. Our thoughts and prayers extend to everyone who is affected.”
Tributes also continue to pour in on the Go Fund Me page which has been set up to raise money for a memorial for the three teenagers.
Lucie Neal wrote: “Completely knocked for six to learn who the young men were. Gorgeous happy boys who have tragically died way too early. Our thoughts and prayers go to their families.”
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Matty Fitch posted: “RIP Kyle, such a good honest chap in my experiences with him. Thoughts are with his family, and the other boys families.”
And following the lantern parade Jazmiine Anastazia posted on Facebook: “Perfect send off for such a tragic heart breaking accident. My deepest sympathy goes out to the families.”
Police have asked that anyone with any information about the crash to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team (SCIT) at Norfolk Constabulary on 101.
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