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A teenager has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after three children and two men died when a stolen car ploughed into a tree.
The 15-year-old wept as he was remanded in custody at Leeds Youth Court on charges of causing the death of five people on Saturday night.
The car had allegedly been stolen from a supermarket worker in the Headingley area of Leeds at 6.30pm the same evening and was driven ‘at high speed’ when it crashed.
Another resident said her husband had gone out and seen the remains of the car and described it as 'a lump of metal that was not recognisable as a car'.
After he was remanded in custody by District Judge Marie Mallon, the boy pushed his fingers through the gaps in the security barrier for his mother to hold before he was led away.
Prosecutor David Holderness said threats had been made against the youngster from members of the deceased families’ and there was a police presence outside his family home.
The 15-year-old has been remanded in custody at Leeds Youth Court on charges of causing the death of five people, who were killed when the Renault Clio they were travelling in hit a tree.
Pictured, the mother of one of the victims being comforted at the scene Police believe six people were in the black Renault Clio when it crashed in Stonegate Road in the Meanwood area of Leeds shortly before 10pm.