The four young men who were killed when their car crashed into the side of a house and went up in flames were honored.
Photos, letters, soccer jerseys, beer cans and even a pot noodle were left on the side of the A4 in Derry Hill near Calne, Wiltshire today following the tragic collision yesterday morning.
A note to & # 39; Jordan, Corey, Matt and Ryan & # 39; lay on a tree while another letter read, & # 39; Keep partying there folks, I'll always look up and think of you. & # 39;
One line of Bouquets of flowers have now been placed on the street and fPictures of four men were also left behind.
Today photos, letters, soccer jerseys, beer cans and even a pot noodle were placed at the scene of the accident next to the A4 in Derry Hill near Calne, Wiltshire
A letter in honor of the four young men read: "Keep celebrating there folks, I will always look up and think of you."
Burned grass and boarded up windows on property off the A4 near Derry Hill today
Stella Artois cans, a pot noodle, and two soccer jerseys have also been donated to the scene, which covers a large part of the bank.
One letter says: “You will be on my mind forever and I will never forget your smileys. You have been great to work with and everyone was delighted.
"Keep celebrating up there folks, I'll always look up and think of you."
Police have yet to officially identify the deceased young men, but have confirmed that they are from the region.
Officials are still investigating what caused the devastating incident, which occurred around 3 a.m. on August 16.
Yesterday, locals stormed outside after the "terrible collision" on the A4 in the Wiltshire village of Derry Hill.
Retired builder Peter Connolly and his wife Margaret tried to save the young men from the fire after the car crashed into their home, but the fire was too intense.
The frightened young men, believed to be Jordan and Ryan, shouted “help us” as the couple tried desperately to come to their rescue.
Mr. Connolly, who is in his 70s, told The Sun, “I went to bed just after 2am watching TV downstairs.
Tributes are roadside locations for the four young men who were killed in the collision
A football shirt was placed on the side of the road to commemorate the young men next to a row of flowers
Floral honors are due today at the crash site on the A4 near Derry Hill, Wiltshire
The car was removed from the scene yesterday on the A4 in the village of Derry Hill, Wiltshire
“I was just dozing off when a bomb went off. It made the whole house rattle and shake. I only slept 4 feet from where the car hit the house. & # 39;
He said the collision with his property blew up the windows in his house and caused his watch to stop working at the moment of the crash.
Police said all four victims died on the scene as officers and a forensic team investigated further today.
This morning around 12.30 p.m. a group of young men and women could be seen at the side of the A4, paying their respects.
They appeared to be assisted by the police and stayed for about 20 minutes to survey the construction site.
Other honors were given to men on social media who are believed to be in their late teens or early 20s.
Robert Merrick, a local councilor, said: “The tragic news that we lost four young Calne men in a tragic car accident early in their lives is devastating.
“My thoughts are with families and friends at the time, and I will offer any assistance you may need.
“The Calne community will come together again during this time to help you and your families. I'm so sorry. & # 39;
Officials today opened an investigation into the accident in which the vehicle caught fire
Burned grass and boarded up windows on the property off the A4 near Derry Hill today
Officers laid out cones at the scene of the accident today when they began their investigation
Councilor Sam Pearce-Kearney said: "My thoughts go with the families and friends of the four young men who tragically died after their car crashed into the side of a house in Derry Hill."
Locals said accidents happened "too often" on the street and they warned it was unsafe.
Parish council vice chairman Jim Cook said the speed limits were "really not conducive to safe driving" as they suddenly went from 60 to 40 mph as motorists entered the village.
Superintendent Steve Cox of the Wiltshire Police said: “This was an absolutely terrible collision.
One of the floral tributes at the crash site on the A4 at Derry Hill is pictured today
A vehicle is driven past the floral homage at the crash site on the A4 near Calne today
Police are appealing to witnesses today on a sign after the crash on the A4 near Derry Hill
All blue light services visited the scene and were confronted with devastating scenes. All four occupants of the vehicle died on the scene.
“Your families have been informed and we are in the process of assigning specially trained officials to each family.
"My thoughts, and the thoughts of everyone at Wiltshire Police, are with you today."
A resident paid tribute on Facebook saying, “RIP guys. Truly gutted, the world won't be the same without you. & # 39;
At the crash site, Mr Cook said it was a "terrible tragedy" but "speed is such a factor in our lives these days".
The car was removed from the scene yesterday after the collision on the A4 near Calne
Police forensic scientists are investigating the scene of the accident on the A4 yesterday
He told ITV: “As a city council and of course as residents, we are very concerned about the speed limits on the A4.
& # 39; They are 40 mph in this range but they come from a restricted 60 mph. These speed limit changes are really not conducive to safe driving. & # 39;
A 75-year-old woman fell into a building on the same street in Marlborough, 15 miles east, just last month.
Sheila Gillett was on her way to plant flowers on the graves of her late husband and son when her Ford Mondeo collided with City Hall.
A police officer at the scene yesterday after the accident on the street
The police at the crime scene cleaned up some debris from the roadside yesterday after the accident
Police said the A4 and A342 remained closed during the investigation and recovery.
The officials appeal to anyone who has information to contact them.
Wiltshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson said: “Really tragic news after a collision at Derry Hill.
“My thoughts go with the families and friends of the four young men who sadly died. My thoughts are also with all of the emergency services colleagues who have visited the scene. & # 39;