Leave your tributes to Lowestoft teenagers Sam Jaggard and Kathryn Rivett
Touching tributes have been paid to Lowestoft teenagers Sam Jaggard and Kathryn Rivett.
The 18-year-olds died in a crash on the A143/A146 at Gillingham, near Beccles, on Tuesday.
Their friend Georgia Puttock, also 18, remains in a 'critical but stable' condition at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge.
Dozens of people have already paid tribute to the pair through social network sites or via the EDP and Lowestoft Journal.
Hundreds of messages were posted on Twitter, with the phrases #RipSamJaggard #RipKathrynRivett and #PrayForGeorgia all used.
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Here are a few of the tributes so far:
Yesterday golfers paid tribute to Sam, who had recently finished second in the Suffolk Amateur Championship.
Southwold Golf Club's professional Robin Mann, who had been working with Sam for the last year, called him a 'prodigious talent'.
He said: 'Everyone is stunned by the news. I'm just coming to terms with it myself. We're all in shock.'
He added: 'He could have gone all the way but that opportunity has been taken away. He was an awesome talent and it's sickening to know he won't fulfil his potential.'
Sam was previously a member at Rookery Park Golf Club, in Carlton Colville, where he had been part of a team that won the Suffolk Golf Union Junior Team Championship.
A spokesman for the club said: 'His cheerful outgoing personality will be missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts are with Sam's family at this very difficult time.'
Leanne Riches, 18, of Lowestoft, said: 'Actually can't believe this has happened. Bad things always happen to lovely people.'
Here are some tributes from twitter
It's awful to see how many lives have been torn apart by this tragedy. Thinking of you all. #RIPKathrynRivett #RIPSamJaggard #PrayforGeorgia
#RipSamJaggard #RipKathrynRivett #StayStrongPuttock Thoughts are with family and friends in Lowestoft. Keep up a strong recovery Georgia. x
luke aka luke
literally two stars in the sky shining brighter than ever, #RIPSamJaggard #RIPKathrynRivett you'll never ever be forgotten
Thinking of all the boys #RIPSamJaggard
you're the brightest star in the sky tonight, and every other night from now on. sleep tight #RIPSamJaggard xxx
I'm waiting for too launch yourself at me with a hug. I love you #RIPKathrynRivett
Layed my flower, wish this never happend to you guys #RIPKathrynRivett #RIPSamJaggard #PrayForGeorgia good luck Georgia