MORE heartfelt tributes have been paid to a young Bradford man who lost his life following a car crash last week. 

Junayd Haris, 20, who lived in the Manningham area, was rushed to hospital following last Wednesday’s crash, which happened at the junction of Haworth Road and Chellow Grange Road.

Three cars - a grey Mercedes, a red Toyota and a white Audi were involved.

Another 20-year-old and two 19-year-olds were trapped in the Audi after it turned on its roof and also suffered serious injuries.

Floral tributes have now been left at the scene in a poignant mark of respect. 

Boxing gloves have also been placed along with flowers, as Junayd was a fan of the sport. As pictured here, he met two-time heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury.

Bradford College, where Junayd completed an access course in engineering after attending the former Samuel Lister Academy, released a touching statement which said: “We are very shocked and saddened by the death of Junayd Haris, who had been a student with us and had a promising future ahead of him. Our thoughts are with his loved ones at this time and we are here to support fellow students and staff affected by this tragic loss. 

Junayd with the Olympic torch in 2012

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

"Junayd, thank you for the happy memories we have of you. From all of us at Bradford College.”

Many friends have also paid tribute to Junayd through the Telegraph & Argus’s Book of Condolence.

Raeesa Islam wrote: “Junayd, we had so many laughs and good memories together. 

“There were times you were by my side in school and now that I look back, I probably couldn’t have gone through certain things without you there. When I moved cities, you checked in on me to see if I was okay and when I was coming back.

"You’re so loved by us all, you’ve left your mark on the entire community. We are so heartbroken that you’re no longer with us.”

Another tribute said: “One thing you have left behind is your legacy and your big smile for us to always ponder and think about. It’s hard to lose a friend but you was more than just a friend you was like a younger brother who would do anything and everything to try to keep people and happy and your love for your elders was something I have never come across.”

Yasar Hussain added: “I had the pleasure of having Junayd in my tutor group at Samuel Lister Academy. He was someone I would describe as a “loveable rogue”. Gone too soon, my prayers and condolences go out to all friends, family and whoever had the pleasure of knowing Junayd.”