Three people, including a 16-year-old boy, have died after a car burst into flames following a crash in Cornwall.
A group of teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, Devon and Cornwall Police said.
Officers rushed to the A390 near St Ive, Liskeard, shortly before midnight on Tuesday after a car was reported to have left the road and caught fire.
The boy and two men aged 18 and 30 were found inside and pronounced dead at the scene.
Two girls and two boys from Liskeard were later arrested and remain in custody, the force said.
Officers also seized a vehicle believed to have been involved in the “tragic incident”.
Sergeant Tina Green, from Devon and Cornwall Police, said: “Our thoughts are with the families and friends of those who lost their lives and our investigation is ongoing to understand the full circumstances of how this tragic event happened incident
“While our investigations are ongoing, there will be an increased police presence in the area of the collision and in the wider Liskeard area.
“I would encourage anyone with information that could assist police and anyone traveling in the area who may have relevant dash cam footage to let us know.”
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He added: “We are aware of some comments and speculation on social media and I remind the public that there is an active and live police investigation in relation to this incident and so please refrain from speculating on the nature of the incident and those involved. .
“If you see any comments on social media that you think may help our investigation, please let us know as well.”