Pictures have emerged of a “dedicated” young man who died in a horror crash on the A404 Marlow bypass on New Year’s Day.

Jordan Coupland, from High Wycombe, who was named locally today (Wednesday), sadly died at the scene after his Nissan Skyline was involved in a crash with a Land Rover at around 11.45pm.

Tributes poured in for the 20-year-old aspiring bodybuilder, who won his first competition at the British Natural Bodybuilding Federation earlier this year and spent his time working out at Anytime Fitness, in the Eden Shopping Centre.

More friends of the former Royal Grammar School pupil paid tribute to him today, with Luke Dyson saying he was “more than you could ask for in a best mate”.

He said: “He was loyal, funny and always there when you needed him the most.

“We spent endless hours in the gym training and chatting about ways we could become millionaires one day.

“Jordan was a massive inspiration and mentor in my life and I will always look up to him.”

Police have not released any information about the circumstances surrounding the crash, nor have they named the victim.

Another friend, Christian Allen, said: “Jordan, a true genuine mate who brought happiness and love to so many people’s lives, he will be forever missed but never forgotten,” while Jack Caudery said he had spent most of his childhood with Jordan, “fishing for weeks at a time”.

He said: “You always put a smile on my face even when I was down.

“Thank you for being there for me when I needed you, thank you for being a loyal mate.

“Words cannot describe how upset I was to hear the news.

“You will always be my brother and always be on my mind, love you mate always will.”

Marlow mayor Jocelyn Towns said she hoped “those responsible for our highways” would “review any safety issues arising from the accident”, adding: “I am so sorry to hear of this tragic death especially in someone so young, my thoughts and condolences go to this young man’s family.”