TRIBUTES have poured in for a “kind-hearted” man who died after the Lamborghini Urus he was in flipped over and burst into flames.
Shaan Hussain, 20, from Bradford, was a passenger in the black supercar when it overturned on the westbound carriageway of the M62 on December 21, at around 4.20am.
Shaan Hussain has been named by police as the man who died in the motorway crashCredit: SWNS
A 22-year-old woman, who was travelling in the car also suffered serious injuries and was rushed to hospital for treatment following the crash in Outlane, Kirklees.
It was the only vehicle involved in the crash, West Yorkshire Police said.
Tributes have already been pouring in for the young man.
One person said: “My deepest sympathy to his family, so sad, god bless you young man.”
Another said: “So sad. May Allah bless him with the highest place in jannat ameen. And may Allah give his family sabr. Ameen. I can’t imagine what his family are going through. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.”
“Deepest sympathy, may he rest in paradise,” a third said.
Another man, who said he was Mr Hussain’s neighbour, added: “Young, lovely, polite kid. Known him and his two brothers as they live next to me. Always respectful and a genuine smile…”
Cops investigating the fatal collision have today issued a fresh appeal, urging witnesses of the crash to come forward.
A statement from West Yorkshire Police said: “The Major Collision Enquiry Team is continuing to investigate the collision and would like to hear from anyone who witnessed what happened, or anyone who has footage that will assist their investigation.
“Anyone who can assist is asked to contact the team on 101, or by using the 101LiveChat facility on the West Yorkshire Police website, quoting reference 143 of 21/12.”
Shaan and the woman were travelling in a black Lamborghini Urus when it overturned on the M62 (file photo)Credit: Lamborghini