A collection for the families of two men tragically killed in a Fife road accident has now surpassed £11,000 in donations.
Tributes continue to pour in for Daniel Allardyce and Terence Thornber, after the pair were fatally injured in the crash on Windygates Road in Leven in the early hours of last Friday morning.
They were in a Golf GTI that hit a parked vehicle before ploughing into a building causing it to partially collapse.
Danny, 29, a former Buckhaven High School pupil, and Terence, 27, who went to Kirkland High School, were both well known locally and were familiar faces as bar workers at Agenda in Leven.
A crowdfunding page set up by friend Ruaidhri Balfour has been inundated with people expressing shock and sadness over the deaths and making donations.
It smashed the original £8,000 target in just 48 hours and has now raised more than £11,000 in five days.
Ruaidhri said the donations would be split between the men’s families.
“These are two of the most humble, genuine, amazing people I’ve ever had the privilege of calling our friends, and they deserve a proper send off,” he said.
Scores of tributes were posted alongside many donations.
Louise Shand wrote: “Still can’t get my head around this. We’ve all lost two amazing, bubbly, caring and genuine guys. Rest easy boys, until we meet again.
Michelle and Mark Corrigan said: “Two lovely gentlemen taken too soon, RIP Danny and Terrence you will both be sorely missed.”
One of the tributes, for £520, was a share of the proceeds of an online tournament. With it came the tribute: “From all the lads at Fife Poker rest easy boys.”
Another donation for £250 came for all those connected with Leven pub, Mcphails. A similar amount was donated by the Den Inn Celtic Supporter Club from the area.