One of the teenagers killed a the tragic crash in Rotherham was expecting a baby.
Ryan Geddes was killed when the Ford Fiesta he was travelling in hit a tree in Kiveton Lane and burst into flames, YorkshireLive reports.
In a heartbreaking update, it has emerged Ryan was expecting a baby with his girlfriend, named by friends and family as Jessica.
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An online fundraiser has been set up by one of Ryan's friends to help his family with funeral costs.
The fundraiser reads: "Hello everyone. On the evening of Sunday 24th October a terrible car crash in Todwick took the lives of three young men.
"One of those men was a very dear and close friend of mine, Ryan Geddes. Ryan's mum and dad, Natalie and Ian, are like family to me and I have set up this page to help them give Ryan the funeral he deserves.
"Also I'd like to hope we can raise enough to also help Ryan's girlfriend, Jessica give their unborn child the best start in life.
"Any amount you can spare would be very gratefully received and would help lift the financial burden that the family face at this awful time. Thank you."
Ryan was in the vehicle with two other teenagers, named locally as Martin Ward and Mason Hall, when the car left the road and hit a tree.
All three were pronounced dead at the scene and floral tributes have been laid in the area by friends and family.
Ryan's girlfriend was seen laying flowers at the scene on Monday, with a touching tribute to the "love of [her] life", The Sun reports.
Her message reads: "Never in my life have I felt the true meaning of love till I met you Ryan.
"I love you with all my heart. Our child will grow up knowing how good you was. Love you xx."
In a Facebook update, she wrote: "So frustrating my phone is broke because the amount of pictures and videos I have of us. My heart hurts writing this post, never thought it would ever come to this.
"RIP to the love of my life. I'm so heart broken right now and just really wish you was here with me right now. Gone way to soon babe but I'll continue on to bring our child into this world and give him/her the best life possible.
"I'll do you proud, I hope your looking down on me somewhere. Till we meet again, I love you so so much."
The grandfather of Mason Hall has also paid tribute to his grandson, who turned 19 just last week.
Mr Hall said: "I don’t know what to say. It was his birthday last week. He was 19. And that was it. The end of it.
"It’s hard to swallow. Death’s only just two minutes away for anybody.
"He was a good lad. Six foot odd, a giant of a lad. Fit as a fiddle.
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"We met him on Thursday – me and his nanan – to give him his birthday present. His last words to be me were, ‘I don’t come to see you that often, grandad, but I do love you’. It’s hard."
South Yorkshire Police are now appealing for anyone with information about the crash to contact them as they continue their enquiries.
Anyone with information that may help police in their enquiries is asked to contact them on 101 quoting incident number 676 of 24 October.
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