The Murray community has been left deeply saddened after two teenagers tragically died in a horror crash on Saturday night.
A 17-year-old male and female lost their lives, and two other male passengers, aged 10 and 17, were seriously injured in the crash on Brownes Road when the vehicle rolled several times.
Of the two injured in the crash, one was conveyed to Perth Children's Hospital and the other taken to Royal Perth Hospital.
The pair remain in a stable condition.
The loss of the two teenagers has left many Pinjarra Senior High staff, families and students grieving as the pair were students at the school.
Pinjarra Senior High School principal Jan Stone offered her condolences to family and friends of the teenagers in an open letter.
"It is with great sadness that we acknowledge that there was a serious road traffic accident that occurred in our community over the weekend," she wrote.
"Tragically, two of our students lost their lives.
"Our thoughts are with the families and friends of these young people at this very difficult time."
With many young people affected by the sudden loss of their classmates, Ms Stone called on everyone to support those who were grieving.
"As a school it is important that we support our students, families and staff affected," she wrote.
"Two important messages to promote are that all of us should seek help from others when we feel down or vulnerable, and that young people should tell an adult if they are worried about a friend."
The death of the two teenagers was also felt across the community, with locals leaving flowers and tributes at a memorial erected to honour the 17-year-olds.
A GoFundMe page has also since been set up to help ease the heavy burden now left on the 17-year-old female's family.
More than $8000 has already been raised since the page's creation 17 hours ago.
"In honour of a beautiful young lady taken way to soon," the page bio reads.
"Pinjarra Hockey Club offer this GoFundMe page to anyone wishing to help and support the family at this tragic time.
"All funds will be donated to help with funeral costs and grief counselling for her beautiful family."
To donate to the GoFundMe, click here.
Investigators are still appealing for anyone that witnessed the crash, or that saw the Commodore prior to the crash to contact Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or by making a report online at crimestopperswa.com.au.
If you or someone you know is struggling, you can call Lifeline on 13 11 14.