ONLINE fundraisers have been set up in memory of the two teenaged girls and 21-year-old man killed in an horrific car crash in Kingswinford.

Lucy Tibbetts, aged 16, died at the scene of the devastating incident in Bromley Lane on Tuesday night along with another 16-year-old, named as Izzie Floyd on social media.

Driver Joshua Parkes, aged 21, also died at the scene of the tragedy after the Skoda Fabia he was driving smashed into a tree, leaving the vehicle unrecognisable.

Two other teenagers, named on social media as Izzie Ramsell and Nathan Cartwright, were left fighting for their lives in hospital.

The scene has been turned into a sea of flowers placed by heartbroken friends and relatives of the three killed and prayers were being said for the two seriously injured passengers who were taken to the region's trauma centre - the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.

With news of the tragedy beginning to sink in, online fundraisers have now been set up to help raise funds in memory of the the two teenaged girls whose lives were cut short so suddenly.

The sister of Lucy Tibbetts, Kaya, has set up a Go Fund Me donation page on which she said: "I would like to try and raise some money to be able to give Lucy the biggest and best send off that she deserved, to be remembered by everyone and to be loved by so many more. I would also like to raise some money to go towards a bench in Lucy’s remembrance, of course the funeral and wake comes first and is our main priority but a bench is something that I know Lucy would want."

Holly Darby has also set up a Go Fund Me page for her best friend Izzie Floyd and she said: "I'm setting up this fundraiser in the hope to raise money for the road safety charity, as wished for by her family.

"All donations small or large are greatly received, and will all contribute to Izzie's remembrance."

Reanne Bennett has also now set up a Go Fund Me page fund in memory of Josh and she said: "In light of this terrible time I’d like to help Josh’s close loved ones with money for Josh's funeral."

The fundraiser for Lucy has already hit its £5,000 target. Holly is also hoping to raise around £5,000 in memory of Izzie and Reanne has set the target for Josh's fund at £3,000.

Big-hearted Stourbridge landlady Lisa Sutherland, of The Britannia pub in Wollaston, Stourbridge, has also been moved to set up a Go Fund Me page for the families of the victims.

She said: "As a mother I knew I had to do something to help these parents, I want to raise as much cash as possible for wherever its needed, for any one of those families affected. 

"My heart simply breaks when I think about the pain and suffering that's come from that night and I hope to help take away the unnecessary financial worry so these families can focus on each other. 

"Any funds left over will go towards funding a memorial for those who've lost their lives, a place where the hundreds of children who have lost their friends can go to, something to remember those babies."

Friends of all three victims have also organised a balloon release to take place this Saturday (October 17) at 3pm at The Dell Stadium in Brierley Hill to say their final goodbyes.