Friends and relatives of the two women who were killed when their car left the road in Swindon have been warned by police to avoid leaving flowers at the crash scene for their own safety.
"We have had one or two people pulling up at the scene to pay their respects," a police spokesman said.
"This stretch of road is a clearway with traffic travelling at speeds of up to 70mph.
"Anyone who attempts to stop, no matter how briefly, could be putting themselves and others at risk of serious injury.
Stunned friends have taken to social media sites today to express their shock, grief and sadness over the deaths of two teenage girls, who were killed in a car crash near Swindon today.
Wiltshire Police have named the two young women who died in a crash in the early hours today near Swindon as 18-year-old Shaya Rae Leigh and 17-year-old Kerry Staniford.
Another three male passengers are being treated in hospital with injuries, and one of them has been described as being "very poorly". All were aged 20-years-old. PC Jeff Rice, of the Roads Policing Unit, said:
Two female passengers were killed when the car they were travelling in plunged into undergrowth at the side of a road in Swindon, police said.
Another three male passengers are being treated in hospital with injuries, and two of them have been described as being "very poorly". All were aged 19 or 20 years.
Police received a report from another driver, who saw the car leave the road, at around 5am this morning. They found the grey Renault Clio some 20 metres from the A419.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses to call 101 and ask for PC Kevin Fry of the Serious Collision Investigation Team.
Council workers have painted two sets of double yellow lines along an alley in Swindon, which is just four feet wide.
Swindon Borough Council says it was done by contractors working on its behalf to stop illegal parking in alleyways.
Locals say it's stupid and a waste of money.
A couple have celebrated their Easter Wedding in unconventional style. Will and Hannah Banyard, from Old Town in Swindon, swapped the traditional limousine for a refuse-collection truck. It was loaned for the day by the firm Will works for in South Cerney.
It was spruced-up with wedding bows and certainly gave an unusual twist to the wedding photos!
Wiltshire Police are asking for help from the public following an unprovoked attack on a man in Swindon town centre. It took place on shortly after 2.15am on Sunday 3rd March 2013 in Fleet Street outside the Subway sandwich shop.
The victim, an 18-year-old man, was walking towards Bushwackers nightclub when he was punched to the back of the head by a man. The force of the punch knocked the victim to the ground and he sustained serious facial injuries including a broken nose, cuts to the face and loss of teeth.
Police say: "The victim was completely unaware of what was about to happen. The offender ran up behind the victim and, with one very forceful punch, knocked him to the ground. This victim did not stand a chance. I believe that he was unconscious before he hit the ground face first."
A roundabout which made it into the top 10 of 'Britain's Scariest Junctions' has reached its 40th anniversary.
Nicknamed the 'Magic Roundabout', the site has become one of Swindon's most iconic landmarks - with no fewer than six turnings.
Two more teenagers aged 17 and 19 have been arrested over the murder of man found lying in the street with stab wounds in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Officers were called to the scene in Rodbourne, Swindon, following reports of an assault.
They found Charles Millar, 44, who was known as Roger, lying in the street and gave him first aid until an ambulance arrived.
Mr Millar, from East Street, Swindon, was taken to hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly afterwards.
Two men, both aged 18, were arrested after being stopped by officers near the scene, a Wiltshire Police spokesman said. The pair remain in custody.