...photographs, letters, football shirts, beer cans and even a Pot Noodle were left by the side of the A4 in Derry Hill near Calne, Wiltshire, following the tragic collision yesterday morning.
Lovely! A chavshrine indistinguishable from someone's flytip. What a memorial...
Retired builder Peter Connolly said 'I'd just nodded off when there was a sound like a bomb going off. It made the whole house rattle and shake. I was sleeping just 4ft from where the car struck the house.'
He said the collision into his property blew out the windows in his home and caused his wristwatch to stop working at the moment of the crash.
That's one hell of an impact. He's lucky that it's only the four idiots dead and not him or his wife, or any other innocent road users.
Parish council vice-chairman Jim Cook said the speed limits were 'really not conducive to safe driving' because they suddenly went from 60mph to 40mph as motorists entered the village.
At the crash site, Mr Cook said it was a 'terrible tragedy' but that 'speed is such a factor of our lives these days'.
It's not a factor of mine. That's why I'm here typing this. And not in the mortuary.