‘You will never be forgotten’ - heartfelt floral tributes and messages left at the scene of Pulham Market crash where Dominic O’Neill, Kyle Warren and Billy Hines died
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Floral tributes and heartfelt messages have been left at the scene of a devastating crash where three teenagers died.
Dominic O'Neill, Kyle Warren and Billy Hines died at the scene of the incident in Tivetshall Road, Pulham Market – near the A140 roundabout – when the black Ford Ka left the road and hit a tree at 11.45pm on Wednesday.
Residents, including relatives of those who died, have been visiting throughout today after police reopened the road late yesterday following a recovery operation which lasted several hours.
One tribute read: 'Fly high, lovely. Such a beautiful soul.'
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Another simply said: 'RIP boys. Sadly missed,' while another said: 'You will never be forgotten.'
Police are today starting to focus on their investigations into what caused the crash and the lead-up to the incident, after most of their time was spent on clearing up the scene yesterday.
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A book of memories has been set up at St John the Baptist Church in Harleston, where a candle has also been lit, while Archbishop Sancroft High School - which Dominic and Kyle attended - opened this morning to provide comfort and support for staff and students who knew the boys.
Many people continue to give tributes on social media.
Avril Mumford wrote on the EDP's Facebook page: 'Dominic you were such an amazing guy so popular and remember that cheeky smile when you were a young lad thoughts to all the family's [sic].'