Teeager arrested over fatal crash

Scene of the fatal crash at Limetree Walk in East Lothain.
Scene of the fatal crash at Limetree Walk in East Lothain.

A 16-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a car crash that killed three teenagers near Dunbar.

Jenna Barbour, 18, Josh Stewart, 16 and David Armstrong, 15, died when the car they were travelling in crashed into a wall in Tyninghame, East Lothian, at about 8.30pm on Monday.

David Armstrong''OLICE SCOTLAND - CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS - EAST'Families Pay Tribute to Teenagers'''The families of three youths who died following a road collision in Tyninghame, East Lothian, have paid tribute to them.''Jenna Barbour, aged 18, 15-year-old David Armstrong and 16-year-old Josh Stewart, who are all from Dunbar, sustained fatal injuries following the incident, which happened around 8.20pm on Monday 25th November.''All three families have now issued statements via Police Scotland.''Jenna's mother Sandra, her father Drew and brother Gregor said: "We have been left completely devastated by the death of our beloved Jenna, who was a dearly loved daughter, sister and friend.''"Having only recently left school, Jenna had her whole life in front of her and had been saving for a trip to New Zealand, which was her dream holiday.''"Jenna had been working extremely hard to save for the trip and when she wasn't busy working at her part-time jobs, she loved horse riding and was very accomplished at the spo

David Armstrong''OLICE SCOTLAND - CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS - EAST'Families Pay Tribute to Teenagers'''The families of three youths who died following a road collision in Tyninghame, East Lothian, have paid tribute to them.''Jenna Barbour, aged 18, 15-year-old David Armstrong and 16-year-old Josh Stewart, who are all from Dunbar, sustained fatal injuries following the incident, which happened around 8.20pm on Monday 25th November.''All three families have now issued statements via Police Scotland.''Jenna's mother Sandra, her father Drew and brother Gregor said: "We have been left completely devastated by the death of our beloved Jenna, who was a dearly loved daughter, sister and friend.''"Having only recently left school, Jenna had her whole life in front of her and had been saving for a trip to New Zealand, which was her dream holiday.''"Jenna had been working extremely hard to save for the trip and when she wasn't busy working at her part-time jobs, she loved horse riding and was very accomplished at the spo

Another 16-year-old boy survived the crash and was treated at Edinburgh’s Royal Infirmary.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “As a result of the ongoing investigation into the fatal road collision near to Tyninghame, East Lothian, Police Scotland detained and arrested a 16-year-old male in relation to alleged road traffic offences.

“A report outlining the findings of the investigation to date will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.”

The two boys who died were pupils at Dunbar Grammar and Ms Barbour was a former pupil of the school.

Josh Stewart''OLICE SCOTLAND - CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS - EAST'Families Pay Tribute to Teenagers'''The families of three youths who died following a road collision in Tyninghame, East Lothian, have paid tribute to them.''Jenna Barbour, aged 18, 15-year-old David Armstrong and 16-year-old Josh Stewart, who are all from Dunbar, sustained fatal injuries following the incident, which happened around 8.20pm on Monday 25th November.''All three families have now issued statements via Police Scotland.''Jenna's mother Sandra, her father Drew and brother Gregor said: "We have been left completely devastated by the death of our beloved Jenna, who was a dearly loved daughter, sister and friend.''"Having only recently left school, Jenna had her whole life in front of her and had been saving for a trip to New Zealand, which was her dream holiday.''"Jenna had been working extremely hard to save for the trip and when she wasn't busy working at her part-time jobs, she loved horse riding and was very accomplished at the sport.

Josh Stewart''OLICE SCOTLAND - CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS - EAST'Families Pay Tribute to Teenagers'''The families of three youths who died following a road collision in Tyninghame, East Lothian, have paid tribute to them.''Jenna Barbour, aged 18, 15-year-old David Armstrong and 16-year-old Josh Stewart, who are all from Dunbar, sustained fatal injuries following the incident, which happened around 8.20pm on Monday 25th November.''All three families have now issued statements via Police Scotland.''Jenna's mother Sandra, her father Drew and brother Gregor said: "We have been left completely devastated by the death of our beloved Jenna, who was a dearly loved daughter, sister and friend.''"Having only recently left school, Jenna had her whole life in front of her and had been saving for a trip to New Zealand, which was her dream holiday.''"Jenna had been working extremely hard to save for the trip and when she wasn't busy working at her part-time jobs, she loved horse riding and was very accomplished at the sport.

Her parents Sandra and Drew and brother Gregor said they were completely devastated by her death.

In a statement released through police, they said: “We were all immensely proud of Jenna and everything she achieved in her life. She was always a delight to be around and the family each have very fond memories of our holidays together.”

David’s mother Andrea said: “David was a kind-hearted and good-mannered boy, who was always respectful of adults and his peers and was a loving brother to his sister.”

Josh’s parents Susan and Mark said: “Josh was a much-loved son, nephew, grandson and cousin, and a loyal friend.

Jenna Barlow'The families of three youths who died following a road collision in Tyninghame, East Lothian, have paid tribute to them.''Jenna Barbour, aged 18, 15-year-old David Armstrong and 16-year-old Josh Stewart, who are all from Dunbar, sustained fatal injuries following the incident, which happened around 8.20pm on Monday 25th November.''All three families have now issued statements via Police Scotland.

Jenna Barlow'The families of three youths who died following a road collision in Tyninghame, East Lothian, have paid tribute to them.''Jenna Barbour, aged 18, 15-year-old David Armstrong and 16-year-old Josh Stewart, who are all from Dunbar, sustained fatal injuries following the incident, which happened around 8.20pm on Monday 25th November.''All three families have now issued statements via Police Scotland.

“He was a joy to anyone who knew him and the people that met Josh and his smile would never forget him.”

A memorial is being planned at Dunbar Grammar with the school talking to the families about the best way to remember the three teenagers.