Parents pay tribute to teenagers Dominic O’Neill, Kyle Warren and Billy Hines, who were killed in Pulham Market crash near A140
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Parents of the teenagers killed in a terrible crash on a rural road have paid tribute to the 'most adorable kids you could ever come across'.
Dominic O'Neill, Kyle Warren and Billy Hines died when the black Ford Ka they were travelling in came off the road and hit a tree in Tivetshall Road, Pulham Market at 11.45pm on Wednesday.
Since then there has been an outpouring of tributes from across the community, culminating in a gathering of hundreds of the trio's friends at Morrisons car park in Diss on Sunday before they travelled in a convoy of vehicles to Great Yarmouth.
Kyle's father Daniel Warren, 37, said: 'You could see what sort of kids they were by many people turned up.
'I didn't know Dom but Kyle and Billy grew up together. They were always best mates from primary school. They were wonderful kids.'
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Asked how he would describe the teenagers, Mr Warren said: 'Cheeky - the most adorable kids you could ever come across.'
Of Kyle, he added: 'He had all the manners in the world, as most kids should have.
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'He loved his cars. He was very sociable - if there was a party, then he was there.'
Kyle was well-known for taking part in banger racing at the Adrian Flux Arena in King's Lynn, where he was known as Junior Banger Racer 130.
A minute's silence was held at the venue ahead of races on Saturday as a mark of respect to him.
Billy's father Jason Hines also paid tribute to his son, saying: 'No-one ever said they didn't like Billy and he never said he didn't like anyone.'
He added that his son's main two passions were motocross and clay pigeon shooting.
Friends of the three teenagers also paid their tributes.
Liam Johnston, 20, of Dickleburgh, said: 'It's had a big impact on everyone. It's amazing how the whole community has come together to support the families. You can't really put it into words to describe it.'
Dozens of flowers have also been left at the scene of the accident, while hundreds have left messages of support on social media.