Ebony Thornton, 16, posted an emotional tribute on Facebook after finding out her brothers Ellis and Elliot Thornton, aged 12 and 15, had died in the crash.
She wrote: ‘You were my boys, my world and more.
‘I wish I told you I love you everyday, I wish I didn’t shout, argue and fight with you, I wish you could just be with me right this second, I am so lost for words.
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‘I wish you was here. How can you two just be gone like a flick of a switch, I love you with every piece of me, and I always will this is going to be so hard.
‘Because I don’t think I am ever going to get over the fact you have gone. I will never ever forget you ever, I love you so much Ellis and Elliott.’
Floral tributes have been left at the scene for a third boy, Darnell Harte, 15, who was also killed in the crash.
One read: "Darnell. Gone too soon. It just doesn't make sense. Hope now you're at some peace."