Two toddlers who were killed in a horror car crash alongside their parents in the Scottish highlands have been pictured.

Gemma Cousin, 26, and husband Rhys, and their daughters, Peyton and Heidi, were killed in a horrific accident.

The family car collided with a red Ford Fiesta on the A82 near Torlundy, Scotland, on Thursday night.

Relatives in Inverness were too upset to speak, but will release a statement, reports the Daily Record.

Following the horrific accident, dozens of tributes have been paid to the young couple and their daughters, aged just 3 and 1.

Friends, colleagues, and acquaintances have been sharing their condolences on social media

Gemma was reportedly driving the family’s car, and the driver of the other car is currently in hospital receiving treatment.

Medics are believed to be treating a 56-year-old woman for non-life threatening injuries.

Friends, colleagues, and acquaintances have been sharing their condolences on social media.

One devastated friend wrote: “RIP Rhys Cousin, you were such a kind caring Lad RIP cuz, as they say, God only takes the best.

Rhys’ work friend said: “RIP not known you along time but was fun working with you you had a good future ahead such a young family GBNF Rhys Cousin you was a good man.”

The family car collided with a red Ford Fiesta on the A82 near Torlundy, Scotland

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Specially trained officers are believed to be supporting the families of the dead couple while police investigate the crash.

The road was closed for over 12 hours after the crash and first responders said the scene was “challenging” and “distressing”.

A senior Scotland Police source said: “The scene that met the first responders was challenging and distressing. They have been offered counselling if required.

“Every death is a tragedy but even more so when it's young children involved."

Superintendent Simon Bradshaw, of Police Scotland Road Policing, said: "Emergency services were made aware of a road traffic collision involving two vehicles on the A82 near Torlundy around 5.30pm on Thursday, 20 February, 2020."

"I can sadly confirm that four people have died - a female driver, 26, a male front seat passenger, 25, and two children - both girls aged three and one. All four were travelling in a green Mini Cooper.

"Further details will be confirmed in due course but I can confirm that they were a family. Specialist officers have been deployed to provide support to their relatives at this extremely difficult time.

"The other vehicle involved was a red Ford Fiesta car.

"The 56-year-old woman who was driving suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries and was taken to the Belford Hospital in Fort William for treatment."