Darnall fatal crash: Flowers and teddy bears left at scene of fatal crash in Sheffield which killed four
Flowers and teddy bears have been left at the scene of a horror crash in Sheffield which killed two men, a woman and a baby.
Bouquets and bears line the side of Main Road,Â Darnall, close to the spot where tragedy struck on Friday night.
Two men, a woman andÂ a one-year-old boy diedÂ and three others were seriously injured in the collision on Main Road, Darnall, on Friday night.
The people carrier they were travelling in was struck by a car involved in aÂ police chase.
Members of the public rushed to help the casualties and gave emergency first aid until emergency services arrived to take over but four lives were lost.
The crashÂ scene was sealed off for much of the weekend for enquiries to be carried out but the road has since been re-opened.
Adnan Ashraf Jarral, 35, died in the collision along with hisÂ one-and-a-half-year-old son,Â Usman Adnan Jarral.
Adnan's wife,Â 32-year-oldÂ Erica Kroscenova, was seriously injured in the crash.
Family friendsÂ Vlasta Dunova, 41Â and her husband Miroslav Duna,Â 50,Â also died in the crash.
Their daughter Nikola Dunova, 22, and her three-year-old daughter, Livia Matova, were also injured, with the youngster left in a critical condition.
The twoÂ families had just returned to SheffieldÂ after a day trip toÂ London when the collision occurred.
TheÂ black VW Touran was preparing to turn right into BannhamÂ Road from Main Road whenÂ it was struck by a black VW Golf being chased by the police.
The incident has been referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct.
Three men, aged 18, 23 and 17, whoÂ were travelling in the Golf were arrested and remained in police custody last night.
They escaped the crash unharmed.
Witnesses to the crash should call South Yorkshire Police on 101.