Family release a photo of crash victim Baz Cottle
The family of a teenager killed when the car he was travelling in crashed in St Philip's have released a new photograph of him.
Dozens of bunches of flowers and messages have been left in memory of 19-year-old Baz Cottle on the pavement at the scene of the accident in Feeder Road.
Mr Cottle, who lived with his family in Brislington, died and another teenager was left with life-threatening injuries after the crash at the junction with Avonside Road at 9pm last Tuesday.
He was a passenger in a Honda Civic which left the road, mounted a kerb and hit a post box and tree as it travelled towards Temple Meads station.
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The injured teenager was taken to Frenchay Hospital with life-threatening injuries, while two other teenagers in the vehicle received treatment for minor injuries at the Bristol Royal Infirmary.
The road was closed for a detailed examination by the road policing unit's collision investigation unit and was re-opened at 4am on Wednesday.
By the weekend about 30 floral tributes had been left by mourners at the scene of the crash at the entrance to Avonside Industrial Park.
Mr Cottle, who turned 19 in March and is understood to have two siblings, is thought to have been travelling to collect nightclub tickets with friends when the tragedy happened.
A tribute page has been set up on social networking website Facebook to allow friends and loved ones to pay their respects and share their memories of the teenager.
The page, called R.I.P Baz Ricardo Cottle, has been flooded with messages and pictures.
According to the web page, wristbands with the words 'In Memory of Baz Cottle' are to be produced and an event will be held at Mr Cottle's favourite nightclub, the Thekla, to give friends an opportunity to join in a celebration of his life.
Three teenagers, all believed to be aged 18, have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and been bailed by police.