A young man has died after an e-scooter crash in Wolverhampton days after his girlfriend was pictured holding his hand from her hospital bed.

Shakur Pinnock was put on life support after the horror crash which saw him suffer serious injuries, including a fractured skull, two severed arteries, a broken jaw and punctured lungs.

The 20-year-old was airlifted to hospital and put on life support after the crash involving a Volkwagen Golf on Saturday, June 12, reports BirminghamLive.

His girlfriend Chante Hoosange, who was a passenger on the e-scooter also has serious injuries.

The 19-year-old was pictured holding his hand in hospital on Tuesday.

Shakur Pinnock
Shakur Pinnock,20, died on Friday after a crash when he was riding on his e-scooter in Wolverhampton

In heartbreaking post on Facebook, Shakur's mum, Celine Fraser-Pinnock said he tragically died on Friday in hospital.

She said: "I miss you so much. My beautiful, gorgeous baby.

"He succumbed to his injuries and passed away at 3.48pm today."

The 56-year-old previously said medical staff had discussed turning off Shakur's life support as they had done 'all they could do'.

Shakur Pinnock is on a life support machine at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital
His devastated mum Celine paid tribute to her son in a heartbreaking post

She said she had begged them to keep the machine on to give her son "a bit more time to heal".

In a Facebook post earlier today (Saturday, June 19), her mum said: "I have no words sorry. Pray for Chanté's and the family’s strength."

West Midlands Police have appealed for anyone who witnessed the crash to come forward.

Anyone with information or dashcam footage should contact the force via the live chat facility at www.west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight.

Alternatively call 101 at anytime, quoting log 2690 of June 12.

A spokesperson for University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust said: "The trust extends its deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of Shakur Pinnock.

"Our thoughts are with them at this very sad time."