TRIBUTES have been left at the scene of a crash in which four young men were killed two years ago.

Murza Chaudhry, 21, Arbaaz Hussain, also 21, Tayyab Siddique, 22, and Zeeshan Khalid, 20, all died in the early morning crash on Toller Lane at the start of August 2018.  

More than 10,000 people gathered for their funeral, where the Imam delivered a rousing speech.

He said: “These young people, they had their whole life ahead. We can see what one moment of madness can do. When are we going to realise, it’s life, the way they live it, we’ll keep losing them. As a community, we should step up - the truth is, we’ve failed.”

An inquest heard the four men had been chased by police “at speed” for 34 seconds before the grey BMW they were in crashed into a tree.

They were all pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics, their deaths sending shockwaves around the community and city. 

Pictures, flowers, boxing gloves and balloons have been pinned to the tree.

One collage of photographs says: "Gone but never forgotten."

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation into the deaths concluded last year.

IOPC Regional Director Miranda Biddle said at the time: “The next step is to await the conclusion of any inquest proceedings before we can consider the publication of our findings.”