The aunt of a tragic teen who was found dead outside a block of flats in Glasgow has started a fundraiser to help the family pay for funeral costs.
Nathan Thomas, 19, was tragically pronounced dead at the scene after emergency services raced to Viewpoint Place in Springburn at around 3am on Monday.
We told how police investigations into his death are ongoing.
A GoFundMe page has now been set up by Nathan’s aunt Helena Thomas and has already raised over £500 in a matter of hours.
Helena said Nathan’s death was a “tragic accident” and told how Nathan has been due to begin college today.
She wrote: “All the family are heartbroken from our loss.
“19-years-old and was looking forward to starting his life in college today.”
We told how tributes had poured in for Nathan, a former Cleveden Secondary School pupil, following the news of his tragic death.
One friend wrote: “Honestly so in shock. I can’t put it into words. Rest in peace Nathan Thomas.
“We shared so many good memories and you were one of the kindest, purest souls I have ever known.
“I hope you’re resting peacefully.”
Another added: “Brad added: “Rest in peace Nathan Thomas.
“Can’t process this news or my words. Love you always.”
A former school friend wrote: “Can’t believe this. How me and Nathan were close in school and now found out this happened.
“This is upsetting. Sending my love and prayers.”
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “At around 2.50am on Monday, 14 September, officers were called to a property in Viewpoint Place, Glasgow.
“A 19-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene and enquiries into the death are ongoing.”
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