The heartbroken mum of a young man killed in a crash in the East End of Glasgow has spoken of her grief.

Cameron Donaldson, known as Cammy, died more than a week after being involved in the collision on Edinburgh Road, near to its junction with Swinton Road on Monday October 1.

The 20-year-old from Easterhouse was being treated at Glasgow Royal Infirmary since the crash but his life sadly could not be saved.

His grieving mum Caroline Kelly has described her son as "fun-loving and caring".

Speaking just days after he passed away, she said: "Cammy was a fun-loving, caring boy with such an infectious smile.

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"He was loved by all his family and friends from both his home town and London.

"No one ever had a bad word to say about him. My heart is broken and he will be very sadly missed by everyone.

"Goodnight my boy, I’ll love you always and forever.”

As previously reported by the Evening Times, friends and relatives paid tribute to Cammy after the news of his death broke.

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."

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Police confirmed that the Vauxhall Meriva, which was the only vehicle involved in the crash, had been chased by officers earlier in the day.

The pursuit was stood down before the collision.

A 20-year-old man and 27-year-old woman remain in Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

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