Sandy Lane collision: Tribute paid to Joseph Brown-Lartey

Joseph Brown-Lartey Image copyright Greater Manchester Police
Image caption Joseph Brown-Lartey died at the scene of the crash in Rochdale

A 25-year-old man who was killed in a car crash in Greater Manchester has been described as a "great son, brother and friend".

Joseph Brown-Lartey was driving an Audi A5 which collided with an Audi A6 in Sandy Lane, Bamford, Rochdale, at about 04:40 GMT on Sunday.

He was pronounced dead at the scene. Four men in the other car, aged 18 to 21, were taken to hospital.

Mr Brown-Lartey's parents said their "lives will never be the same again".

Mr and Mrs Brown-Lartey said: "Joseph was a great son, brother and friend to many people with his whole future ahead of him. [He was] tragically and suddenly taken away from us‎ far too soon."

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