Police today re-appealed for witnesses to a horror crash that killed two men – as photographs of the victims were released.
Mandip Singh Khangura, 28, and 23-year-old Sukbir Rana were killed when their Honda Civic hit railings in West Bromwich and overturned.
Pictures of the two tragic men have now been released as police continued their investigations into the crash, near Handsworth Cemetery in Park Lane.
Pc Karl Davies, from West Midlands Police’s Collision Investigation Unit, said: “It doesn’t appear any other vehicles were involved or that anyone else was injured, but we can’t say for certain at this stage exactly what happened so we’re keen to hear from any witnesses.
“Park Lane is a fairly busy thoroughfare and we are hoping people will have been in the area and saw what happened.
“Two men have tragically lost their lives and two families have been left shocked and grief stricken at their sudden death.
Both families will be supported by specially trained family liaison officers at this difficult time.
Floral tributes have been left at the scene of the crash that claimed the lives of the two men from Handsworth, which happened at around 10pm on Wednesday.
One read: “Can’t believe your’e gone, miss you already, in our heads always.” Another read: “G.B.N.F sadly missed by all of us.”
Friends of the men have also taken to the micro blogging site Twitter to express their shock.
Harpinder Mehmi wrote: “RIP Mando and Sukh! I am so gutted to hear that two lads from Handsworth have died in a severe car accident today.”
An Amrit tweeted: “RIP Lil Sukh and Mando! Gone but never forgotten!!!”
A Kam also wrote: “Heart goes out to Sukh and Mani’s families. Far too young. RIP.
Any witnesses are being urged to call the Collision Investigation Unit at Perry Barr by dialling 101.