Tributes to 16-year-old killed when car smashed into tree
Jack Frame was a passenger in a BMW when it crashed in South Lanarkshire.
Tributes have been paid to a 16-year-old described as "one in a million" after he died when a car smashed into a tree.
Jack Frame was pronounced dead following the smash near Lesmahagow in South Lanarkshire.
The blue BMW he was travelling in crashed on New Trows Road at 2.20am on Sunday.
The youngster was in the passenger seat while the three other occupants of the car - two men aged 20 and 18 years and a 19-year-old woman - remain in hospital. Staff describe their conditions as serious but stable.
A fundraising page has been set up to help the family with funeral costs.
It said: "Sadly Jack was involved in a fatal road accident.
"We would like to raise funds to help the family toward funeral costs and any other expenses.
"Nothing will help their pain or bring Jack back although hopefully this can contribute in some way.
"Lets give him the best send of that is possible.
"RIP Jack, one in a million. "Love, your brother, James."
Football team Lesmahagow AFC held a minute's silence for the teenager at a match on Sunday morning.
In a post on social media, they said: "The minute's silence at today's match was for young Jack Frame who tragically lost his life in a car accident last night.
"Devastating news and puts things into perspective.
"Thinking about his family at this horrible time."
Sergeant Ryan McAuley said: "An investigation is currently under way to establish the exact circumstances surrounding this incident and I would appeal to anyone who witnessed the crash or anyone who may have seen the car immediately before the crash occurred to come forward."