TRIBUTES have been paid to a young man who has lost his life more than a week after he was involved in a car crash in Glasgow's East End.

The 20-year-old, named locally as Cammy Donaldson, was a passenger in the rear of a Vauxhall Meriva that crashed on Edinburgh Road, near Swinton Road on October 1.

Police officers had been involved a pursuit with the car earlier in the day but had stood down before the collision occurred.

The driver, also 20-years-old, made off following the incident but was later traced.

He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital along with the other passenger, a 27-year-old woman.

The driver is said to be in a serious condition while the female is stable in QEUH.

We previously told how the 20-year-old passenger was rushed to Glasgow Royal Infirmary following the crash.

He was described as being in a 'critical' condition before passing away on Tuesday October 9.

Friends and family expressed their shock following the news.

Jamie Ingram wrote: "Rest easy cammy bro couldn’t have met anyone sounder."

Jay Kenna added: "Brutal to hear. Rest easy Cammy boy."

Chloe Natalie Gallagher said: "Life is so cruel,thoughts are with his family!! RIP."

A relative of the youngster had previously posted: "Cammy Bhoy your gonna pull through this n laugh at the end up. Just know we love you n we're here every step of the way."

A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with alleged road traffic offences in relation to the incident.

Any witnesses to this incident are asked to contact the Divisional Road Policing Unit at Motherwell through 101, quoting reference number 0204 of October 1.

Police Scotland said it has referred this matter to the PIRC, which is standard practice