A headteacher has paid tribute to a “wonderful young man” who died in a crash earlier this week.
As previously reported, 14-year-old Joby John was one of three who lost their lives in the crash on Heath Lane, near RAF Scampton.
Karen Smith, head of school at Greenfields Academy in Grantham, said the school would not be the same without him.
“We were shocked and saddened to hear the news,” she wrote today. “Our thoughts are with all the families. Joby was a wonderful young man with a huge personality.
“He was always there to brighten your day. School will not be the same without him.”
The school has a fully qualified counsellor on site, who has been working with children and staff to support them.
The crash involved a single silver Vauxhall Astra. Three others escaped with minor injuries.
Tributes also continue to pour pouring in memory of the victims of the crash.
A big meet will take place on City Square in Lincoln on Saturday, March 30 at 11am, with a collection of balloons and flowers which will go to the crash scene.