Teens lay flowers at crash site and school to remember five friends killed in horror crash on South Yorkshire road

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VIDEO: Floral tributes have been left at the scene of a horror crash which claimed the lives of five teenagers.

Blake Cairns, aged 16; Jordanna Goodwin, 16, Megan Storey, 16 and Arpad Kore, 18 - who died in the two-car collision on Saturday - were all sixth-form students at Danum Academy, in Doncaster.

The scene of a fatal crash in Conisbrough

The scene of a fatal crash in Conisbrough

The fifth teenager who died in the crash near Conisbrough - 18-year-old Bartosz Bortniczak - was a former pupil.

The five friends were all in a blue Toyota Corolla which was involved collision with a grey Seat Leon on the A630 at around 9.40pm on Saturday.

A 21-year-old Doncaster man, who was driving the Corsa, was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and later released on bail.

Police believe a third car - a black Vauxhall Corsa - may also have been involved in the incident.

It happened just 100 metres from the scene of another crash which left three teenagers dead in 2011.

Flowers have been left at the crash site.

A steady stream of teenagers visited the scene over the weekend.

Among the tributes left by the roadside was one addressed to Blake.

It reads: “Such a kind hearted young lad with a bright future ahead of him. Such a sad loss, far too early. RIP Blake.”

Another says: “Megs. My little party animal. Going to miss all the banter and cuddles. Never gone, babe.

“I’m still your diamond. Never forgotten my angel.”

Another reads: “Jondz. Best friends for don’t know how long but ages! Will miss your OCD and the trantrums but still love you anyway.

“My angel in the sky, never forgotten.”

Dozens of teenagers gathered outside Danum School over the weekend to remember their friends.

Headteacher Rebecca Staples said books of remembrance have been opened and the school will have quiet rooms with counsellors available to talk to those struggling with their grief today.