Police have urged people with video footage of a crash that claimed the life of a York teenager: Do not share it.
They say ‘numerous’ clips from the incident when a Peugeot 107 hit a wall near Brimham Rocks on Tuesday have been shared.
Alfie Lovett, 17, from York, a passenger in the car, died in the crash.
Three others had minor injuries.
This afternoon, a force spokesperson said: “North Yorkshire Police is aware of numerous video clips that are circulating which show footage from the fatal road traffic collision at Brimham Rocks on Tuesday evening.
‘Officers are urgently asking anyone who is in possession of any of this video footage to save it and immediately make contact with the police as this could be critical to the investigation.
“To preserve the integrity of the investigation and out of respect to Alfie’s family officers are also asking that anyone who has any of the footage refrains from sharing it with anyone else other than the police.”
Anyone with any video footage can contact police via email [email protected] or call 101.
Please quote reference number 12230173187 when passing information.