The boy who perished in the Highlands crash was “eternally loved.”
His family has declared that a 16-year-old boy who died in hospital after a crash in the Highlands “would remain eternally adored.”
On Thursday, a white Audi Q3 collided with another vehicle on the A82 near Lochend, Inverness.
Edward Bush, of Henley-on-Thames, was brought to hospital and later died, according to Police Scotland.
His brothers, parents, family, and friends will never forget him and will always cherish and adore him.
“Edward will be sorely missed by so many, as he was a really wonderful young guy with such an unbelievable and bright future ahead of him,” his family said in a statement.
“He will never be forgotten, and his brothers, parents, family, and friends will always love and appreciate him.”
A 16-year-old girl who was also injured in the event is still in critical condition at the hospital.
Another 16-year-old girl was also brought to the hospital at the time and has since been released.
“Our investigation into this terrible crash are ongoing, and it’s critical that we discover exactly what happened,” said Road Policing Sergeant Angus Macleod.
“I would strongly encourage anyone who witnessed the crash but has not yet spoken to police to do so.
“I’m especially interested in speaking with anyone who may have dashcam footage that could aid our investigation.”