The family of a father and son from Birmingham killed in a car crash in East Yorkshire said their loss is "beyond belief".
Tributes have been paid to a 14-year-old boy killed with his father in a car crash in Yorkshire on Saturday
A father and his teenage son from the Midlands have been killed in a collision between two vehicles on a bridge in Yorkshire.
The captain of non-league Goole AFC has been 'released' by the club after he confronted a fan during the match.
The club were playing Coalville Town at the time.
Goole AFC said: 'The club acted quickly and decisively and released the player with immediate effect and as such the player in question will never play for our football club again.
We apologise to each and every supporter at the game today and whilst as a club, we can't legislate for incidents of this nature, we will not tolerate them from anyone.'
Karen Sacker, 43, is still in intensive care but not in a critical condition
Abbie Sacker, her daughter, is in a stable condition.
Mrs Sarkar's husband, Derek and her son, Ethan, died in the car accident in East Yorkshire, on Saturday.
The driver of the other car was also killed.
Tributes have been paid to a teenager from the Midlands who died in a car crash this weekend.
Ethan Sarkar and his father Derek Sarkar were killed in the head-on crash on Saturday in East Yorkshire.
The 14 year old has been described by friends as 'funny, popular, and always smiling'.
John Allen, Principal of King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy, told ITV Central News:
"I was just absolutely shocked and devastated. I'd heard about the crash and that two of the victims were from Birmingham. When the names came through, it was a complete and utter shock.
"Ethan was a very kind, young man. A genuinely kind young man. He was very gentle, well-mannered. People respected him for that. He always had a smile on his face.
"Lots of friends, very hard-working, never ever in trouble, an absolutely adorable young person."
Statement from the principal of King Edward VI Sheldon Heath Academy - where Ethan Sarkar attended.
– Mr John Allen
It is with great sadness and regret that I am letting you know that Ethan Sarkar of 9E sadly passed away on Easter Saturday following a tragic car accident. His father and the other driver also passed away in the accident. His mother and sister are in hospital.
Ethan was an adorable, well-respected and popular young man. This is devastating news for us all. Our thoughts and prayers are with him, his family and friends. When we return after the Easter holidays we will come together as a community to share our sorrow and to reflect on Ethan's life and the memories he leaves with us.
Police have now named the two people as 46-year-old Derek Sarkar and 14-year-old Ethan Sarkar from Birmingham.
A father and son from the Midlands were among three people killed in a head-on car crash in Yorkshire. The man's wife and nine-year-old daughter are in a critical condition in hospital.
The full report by Phil Brewster: