Three members of a British family, including one man from Shropshire, have died in a road crash in Jamaica.
The family was travelling in a minibus which was in collision with a pick-up truck between Kingston and Montego Bay in the early hours of Sunday.
Kathleen Rawlinson, 45, of Windermere, her ex-partner Gary Bamford, 49, of Ludlow, and Mr Bamford's daughter, Caisie Muller, 17, of Brighton, all died.
Miss Rawlinson's 25-year-old daughter, named locally as Josie, from Windermere, was injured in the collision and is in a serious but stable condition in Jamaica. Her partner, a 22-year-old man from Windermere, suffered minor injuries.
Mr Bamford's 15-year-old son from Brighton, named locally as Owen, also received minor injuries.
A fourth person, Talei Jones, a close family friend from Canada, also died in the crash at around 12.10am on Sunday, Cumbria Constabulary said.
In a statement issued through the force, a family member said: "We are deeply saddened by the loss of our family.
"They will be greatly missed. Please respect our wishes at this time to be left alone to come to terms with our grief."