A driver who died in a horrific car smash that also killed two British teenagers may not have a valid driving licence, reports have suggested.
Freddie McLennan and Joe Atkins, both 19, died in the crash on Bolivias famous Salar de Uyunim – the worlds largest salt flat.
The driver, Alberto Barco, 22, was also killed in the incident which happened on Sunday night, around 186 miles south of the Bolivian capital of La Paz.
Officials in Bolivia have said Mr Barcos driving licence was not found at the scene and there seems to have been no record of him passing his test.
Commander Rojas Hurtado told the Daily Mail : I dont think he had much experience because when we went to the scene, he did not have a driving licence on him.
In that moment, he was not carrying it. Possibly, he may not have passed his test, we are still confirming that.
Freddie and Joe both from Kent, were travelling South America as part of their gap year.
Four other people were also injured in the crash, including Brit Callum Fraser, 19, who went to the same school.
Three other injured people were identified as Argentinians Walter Rossi, 22, Francisco Ceruti, 21, and Uruguayan Gabriel Martinez Bueno, 26.
Freddies family paid tribute to him as an exceptional young man who was as caring as he was fun to be with.
He excelled at school and his exam results were a source of great pride, they said.
He was thoroughly enjoying his opportunity to travel and experience new parts of the world, before preparing for the next stage in his life at Leeds University.
Freddies family added: We are eternally grateful that Freddie came into our lives. We are struggling to come to terms with his passing.
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