TWO teenagers died and a third is fighting for his life after a horror bike crash.
Now a mountain of floral tributes have been left near the spot in Cleckheaton where the two youngsters were killed when the motorbike all three teenagers were on crashed into a kerb.
Natalie Athey, 15, of Heckmondwike, and 18-year-old Anthony Bentley, from Cleckheaton, died in Hunsworth Lane on Friday.
Daniel Booth, 14, who was also on the bike, is in a stable condition at Leeds General Infirmary.
He was transferred there from Dewsbury District Hospital.
None of the teenagers was wearing a crash helmet when police arrived.
A motorcycle helmet was found nearby.
A police spokesman said: "It is the subject of further inquiries by the police to establish whether or not that one helmet was being worn by any of the three persons, and, if it was, which one."
It is not known who was driving the 125cc motorbike.
Tributes have been left to Anthony, of Mirfield Terrace, and Natalie, of Leyburn Avenue, in Hunsworth Lane.
One read: "Anthony. No words can ever describe the way we feel. To us you were the best. Love from Mum, Steven, Leah and your `other' mum + dad at 37. We never said goodbye."
Another said: "Dear Anthony, we would both give our lives for you to be returned. Living won't be the same, anyway. We love you. Grandma and Grandad. xx"
And another showed a picture of Natalie bobbing her tongue out, with the message: "RIP Natalie."
The photograph was placed alongside a further tribute which read: "To Natalie, Love Auntie Sam, Scott Family x. Taken away, in our hearts you will stay x."
Police have appealed for any witnesses to contact them on 01924 206346.
An inquest into the deaths is expected to open in Huddersfield on Wednesday.